High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles! Lawh-i-Ahmad or Tablet
of Ahmad is a tablet written by Baha'u'llah, founder of the Baha'i
Faith in Adrianople in 1865. In a letter written on his behalf,
Shoghi Effendi has stated that it has been 'invested by Baha'u'llah
with a special potency and significance'. Baha'u'llah, born Mirza
usayn-'Ali Nuri, was the founder of the Baha'i Faith. He claimed to
be the prophetic fulfilment of Babism, a 19th-century outgrowth of
Shi'ism, but in a broader sense claimed to be a messenger from God
referring to the fulfilment of the eschatological expectations of
Islam, Christianity, and other major religions.
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