The Bahá'í faith faith was proclaimed by a young Iranian, who called himself The Báb. He said that a messenger would soon arrive from God, who would be the latest in a line of prophets.
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'The Religious Society of Friends' is the official title. Members first began to be called 'Quakers' soon after the foundation of the Society; this is really a nickname, but is now more commonly used than the official title. The words ‘Friend’ and ‘Quaker’ are interchangeable.
Sunyata Retreat Centre is nestled into a hill on a beautiful 10-acre property amidst the rolling scenery of East Clare in Western Ireland. The Buddhist Centre offers meditation retreats and courses and welcomes those of all faiths.
Zoroastrianism was founded some time before the 6th century BC in Persia (Iran) was formerly among the world’s largest religions. The first religion to follow 'monotheism', the idea of one God, this faith is based on the teachings of the prophet Zarathustra, also called Zoroaster by the Western Civilisation.