Introducing the book "The Life of Yahyaye Naji",

The first part: Mirza Yahya Dolatabadi,from the Bab movement to theconstitutional movement,part Two: the review of the book Chapter of Al Kalam,written by Mirza

The book "Chapter of Kalam" written by Mirzahadi Dolatabadi is one of the important books of criticism of Babiye on the beliefs and claims of Mirza Hussein Ali Nouri, nicknamed Baha'u'llah, which is an important reason for the difference in the leadership and leadership of the believers in the Babiye New Religion, which is between two brothers and causes separation and it has created a duality among the followers of Seyyid Ali Muhammad Bab. This book (Chapter of Kalam) aims to show the inconsistency of Bahá'u'lláh's claim with those teachings only by focusing on the teachings of Seyyid Ali Muhammad Báb in the book Bayan Farsi. In his book (The Life of Yahya Naji), Seyyed Meqdad Nabavi has analyzed and examined this book (Chapter of Kalam) so that it can be seen as an objective manifestation of Mirza Hadi Dolatabadi's ideological attachments and tendencies to the Bab religion and also a special view of Azalian's arguments in the heterogeneity of teachingsof Baha’is with the basis of claiming to believe in the teachings of Bábíye

Journal of Bahai Research, Volume:7 Issue: 28, 2024
138 to 161  
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