Segment 7 of 27 The Relationship Between the Báb and Bahá'u'lláh

The Day That Shall Not Be Followed By Night, Part 2: (Ibrahim Khayru’llah and Mason Remey) by Tim Nolan

    The strength of a thing can be measured by testing how much pressure  or stress it can bear before breaking.  For example, engineers test the components of a bridge – steel or concrete or wood –  before constructing the span, and they apply stress greater than the bridge is designed for, to make Read More