• Ruhi Book 9 Unit 1 (Persian)

Ruhi Book 9 Unit 1 (Persian)

Unit 1: The Eternal Covenant
The Eternal Covenant is the major theme explored in Unit 1. Participants explore such concepts as God as unknowable essence; developing the attributes of God and spiritual powers; spiritual faculties; the love of God as the source of all creation; the infinitude of God's grace; the need for spiritual thirst; the all-pervasive knowledge of God; the powerlessness of human beings relative to God; the Greatest Name of God; and progressive revelation as explained in the Kitáb-i-Iqán.

Service Outcomes
The capacities built include the ability to understand the eternal relationships between the realm of God, the realm of the Manifestations of God, and the realm of creation.

Unit 1: The Eternal Covenant
The Eternal Covenant is the major theme explored in Unit 1. Participants explore such concepts as God as unknowable essence; developing the attributes of God and spiritual powers; spiritual faculties; the love of God as the source of all creation; the infinitude of God's grace; the need for spiritual thirst; the all-pervasive knowledge of God; the powerlessness of human beings relative to God; the Greatest Name of God; and progressive revelation as explained in the Kitáb-i-Iqán.

Service Outcomes
The capacities built include the ability to understand the eternal relationships between the realm of God, the realm of the Manifestations of God, and the realm of creation.

  • Contributors:: Ruhi Institute (Developer)
  • Format: Softcover book | 110 pages
  • Dimensions: 216 x 280 mm | 276 g
  • Publisher: Ruhi Foundation
  • Language: Persian
  • ISBN: 2370001583160
  • SKU: RUHI_PER09U1
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  • Contributors:: Ruhi Institute (Developer)
  • Format: Softcover book | 110 pages
  • Dimensions: 216 x 280 mm | 276 g
  • Publisher: Ruhi Foundation
  • Language: Persian
  • ISBN: 2370001583160
  • SKU: RUHI_PER09U1
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