‘The Coming of the Glory: How the Hebrew Bible Foretold This Day’ By Eileen Maddocks

To my knowledge, no one has ever presented the prophecies from the Hebrew Bible that foretell the Baha’i Faith in a chronological, systematic manner. So I endeavored to do so.

Few people realize the extent to which the Hebrew Bible foretold the Baha’i Era. Background of developing spiritual consciousness is given with sections on the archeological sites of Gobekli Tepe and Çatalhöyük, both in Anatolia, and the city-states of Mesopotamia. Then, the sagas of the Prophets Adam, Noah, Abraham, Joseph, and Moses are explored with their implications for the Faith.

The Baha’i Writings are drawn upon throughout.

One psalm foretells the coming of Jesus (Psalm 22), and three psalms explicitly refer to the coming of Baha’u’llah (Psalms 24, 45, and 60), and they are explored in depth.

The prophet Elijah marked a transition in spiritual consciousness when he heard the voice of God not as a traditional storm god but as a still, quiet voice. From then on, the prophets will hear the divine quietly.

Biblical history is interwoven throughout the narratives of the Prophets and the lesser prophets so that readers will be able to understand events and prophecies in context.

I am the author of 1844: Convergence in Prophecy for Judaism, Christianity, Islam and the Baha’i Faith.

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