Introduction

Hanifism is the Arabian Baptist word used to describe Messianic religion of Hanifian (Abraham) in Arabic lands. There are three general groups in Hanifism:
1) Baptist Monophysites (sabian) who believe in the sole-divine-nature of Allah's Rasul.
2) Dyophysites/Nestorians (nasara) who say Allah's Rasul is a partnership between the divine and its creation.
3) Adoptionists/Judaizers (iahod) who deny the divinity of Allah's Rasul.

Basically any group which accepts that Allah's Rasul has visited this planet as a perfect Bashir just as He appeared to Abraham, is actually part of Hanifism even if they fight among themselves over the nature of Allah's Rasul as purely divine or purely a creation or some kind of composite of the two. All such groups come under the umbrella of Hanifism.

Ieso now sits at the Right Hand of the Father until very soon when He will come again with Power and Glory to judge the living and the dead and his Kingdom will have no end. Meanwhile Allah's Rasul dwells with us and guides us. We invite you to learn more about Allah's Rasul.

Our Critics say that we worship Angels because the Manifestations that Baptists consider to have been venerable Theophanies were nothing but angels, but in truth we do not worship any kind of creation. Nevertheless, we do believe that the communion of saints like the most holy and blessed saint Marym is alive and not dead and we invoke Allah's continual blessings upon them.

Hanifism plays an unfairly belittled, derided and dismissed but important role in the history of the Trail of Blood of the Baptist Churches. Many sects including the Paulicians and subsequent Alevi Christians derived from groups of Arabian Baptists.

This Compendium of Hanifism focuses on Baptist Hanifism from the Sabbatean-Baptist perspective. It mainly uses Arabic terminology (e..g. Ieso) while other terms (e.g. Iesous Christos) are Romanote as used by the first Sabbatean-Baptist Shabbatai Tsevi who founded the Sabbatean Baptist community in the 1600s with his adoption of the Sabi (Baptist) faith. Only more intricate details (e.g. Shaleshudes) are presented in the Yiddish language of families like Lipek Wieliczko's representing the spread of Sabbatean-Baptists in Lithuania from Podolia after the 1690s.

Rather than judge Hanifism and Hanifian Baptists at face value or by the reports of outsiders, you are warmly invited to explore the articles presented here alongside other resources to learn more about how Alevi Christians and Dönmeh (Hanifian Jews) are supposed to be from the source through this vast treasure trove of the otherwise lost Pahlavi Edah and contribute to the restoration of our persecuted minority as a rational alternative culture-hub for refugees from the otherwise irrational religion of Islamism.

Allah Hafiz

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