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In the Bahai Faith we have two sources of authority.One is Bahai Scripture and the other is the authority of the Bahai Administration, headed by the 9-member Universal House of Justice.That is to have access to the actual texts (or accurate translations of texts) as the sources for Baha’i Scripture.“Unity of doctrine is maintained by the existence of the authentic texts of Scripture and the voluminous interpretations of ‘Abdu’l-Bahá and Shoghi Effendi, together with the absolute prohibition against anyone propounding “authoritative” or “inspired” interpretations or usurping the function of Guardian.July 16, 1982 letter from the Universal House of Justice.1230.Letter written on behalf of Shoghi Effendi, 1955 Link to this index page on the Bahai Library You will note only 3 of the sources refer to letters on behalf of Shoghi Effendi and all the others refer to policy of the Universal House of Justice.refers to Baha’ullah’s reference to ‘boys’ (paederestry) the notes added by the Universal House of Justice1225.March 14, 1973 letter from the Universal House of Justice.1226 1227.

Letter written on behalf of Shoghi Effendi, 19501224.

The wisdom of this is that the times never remain the same, for change is a necessary quality and an essential attribute of this world, and of time and place.”There is also a 4th letter written on behalf of Shoghi Effendi in the same book.

These 4 letters have been repeated so often that it seems as if there are more, so I thought it was time to have these letters listed together with as much context as I can find for easy reference. In the column on the right is the context for the 1953 letter which is below.

Since 2010 the Universal House of Justice no longer refers to homosexuality as a condition that needs curing or to be overcome and instead urges the Bahais to stand up for the rights of gays and lesbians.

Therefore, I will only focus on the letters written behalf of Shoghi Effendi.

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