Babism



Bābī (def 1).
Historical Examples

Disloyalty was an essential corollary of Babism and not a consequence of the repression and persecution which it met.
Bahaism and Its Claims Samuel Graham Wilson

The Bahais are ignorant of the dogmas of Babism and of its history and its book.
Bahaism and Its Claims Samuel Graham Wilson

Babism, therefore, was a political as well as a religious movement.
Bahaism and Its Claims Samuel Graham Wilson

Babism, repressed and forced into concealment, entered upon a new phase.
Bahaism and Its Claims Samuel Graham Wilson

It was intended for the time when Babism would be prevalent.
Bahaism and Its Claims Samuel Graham Wilson

He changed in a measure the doctrines and laws of Babism, liberalizing its provisions.
Bahaism and Its Claims Samuel Graham Wilson

In examples of patient constancy of faith and of unswerving trust, the “Acta Martyrum” do not excel the annals of Babism.
Lectures and Essays Thomas Henry Huxley

A schism divided the followers of Babism into two sects, Bahais and Ezelis.
The New Gresham Encyclopedia. Vol. 1 Part 3 Various

Buddhism and Babism have counted as many excited and resigned martyrs as even Christianity.
The Apostles Ernest Renan

In examples of patient constancy of faith and of unswerving trust, the Acta Martyrum do not excel the annals of Babism.
Essays Upon Some Controverted Questions Thomas H. Huxley

noun
a pantheistic Persian religious sect, founded in 1844 by the Bab, forbidding polygamy, concubinage, begging, trading in slaves, and indulgence in alcohol and drugs Compare Baha’í Faith
n.

1850; see Baha’i.

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