Leo Tolstoy and the Baha'i Faith
Tolstoy first heard of the Baha'm teachings in 1894 at a time when the movement was hardly known. This book traces the developments and fluctuations in Tolstoy's attitude as more information was made available to him. (World Religions)
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Tolstoys Religious Vision
Awareness or Criticism?
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