Life and Work of the Forerunner in Persia : Received in the Proximity of Abd-ru-shin Through the Special Gift of One Called for the Purpose

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In ancient Persia, the great prophet Zoroaster brought to his people a natural philosophy that united them for 1,000 years. His influence made the land now known as Iran into a fertile, prosperous region. His example exerted a profound influence upon Plato, Aristotle, and the development of Judeo-Christian thought. Although some of these teachings have been preserved in the sacred scripture known as the Avesta, almost nothing is known about Zoroaster, the man.

This compelling and readable biography shows how, through connecting completely with the guidance offered him by Divine Grace, the young boy matures and realizes his true task and purpose: to unite the people of Persia into a belief of one God, and to announce the coming of the Son of Man, who was to lead this world into and through the Last Judgment.

Publisher: Grambier, OH : Grail Foundation Press, c1996.
Edition: 2nd ed.
ISBN: 9781574610123
Characteristics: 254 p. ;,23 cm.
Additional Contributors: Abd-ru-shin 1875-1941.


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