Articles by Geoffrey Cameron
February 27, 2019
Geoffrey Cameron reviews the film The Gate: The Dawn of the Bahá’í Faith, the first cinematic attempt to portray the life, history, and teachings of The Báb. There are challenges in interpreting the lives and teachings of Prophets and Messengers of God, he writes.
The Bahá’í Faith traces its origins to the tumultuous and transformative ministry of The Báb, although Bahá’u’lláh established the spiritual and social teachings that form the core of the religion today The Gate: The Dawn of the Bahá’í Faith, directed by Bob Hercules, is the first cinematic attempt to portray the life, history, and teachings of The Báb The Báb, as the film notes, urged his followers not to attach importance to miraculous events associated with his ministry