Robert Mazibuko brings his history of the Baha'i Faith in apartheid South Africa to the mid-1980s. Despite the constant threat of arrest, imprisonment, or murder, the South African Baha'is courageously rose to live their beliefs and proclaim Baha'u'llah's message, bringing the Faith from obscurity. To read this book is to discover once again the audacity and steadfastness of the early believers, and to acquaint ourselves with the heroes and martyrs of our own time, however distant from us they may lie.
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