‘Jewels Among Men’ by Various Contributors

Bahá’u’lláh, the Founder of the Bahá’í faith, addresses the clergy or ministers of Christ in the Lawḥ-i-Aqdas – The Most Holy Tablet – commonly calledThe Tablet to the Christians.: 

“O concourse of bishops! Ye are the stars of the heaven of My knowledge. My mercy desireth not that ye should fall upon the earth.” and “If ye choose to follow Me, I will make you heirs of My Kingdom”

Of those who accepted His claims He states: 

“Verily, he is numbered among them whose names will be eternally recorded and who will be mentioned by the Concourse on High.” And “Verily, such a man is regarded, in the sight of God, the True One, as a jewel amongst men and is reckoned with the blissful.”

In other words, those who come out from behind the veils will be important vessels in sharing the light with their fellow humans.

Christopher Johnson, a Clinical Professor of Sociology at Texas State University in San Marcos, editor of “How different religions view death and afterlife” and Wade Fransson, a former Christian Minister who authored the “People of the Sign” trilogy are co-editors of a compilation featuring single chapter mini-biographies, documenting each person’s story, along with the captivating personal experiences that accompany the life-changing events, offering education and inspiration to Bahá’ís and others interested in the power of religious transformation.

This project is open to additional contributors. If interested please email Dr. Chris Johnson at: cjj38@txstate.edu.

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