Immovable Rocks and Other Theological Dilemmas


by Dale E. Lehman

Can God make a rock so heavy that He can't lift it? This and other musings are sometimes used to call into question God's existence. But are the contradictions they propose real? Or does omnipotence actually mean something very different?

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Swimming in the Ocean


by Dale E. Lehman

Bahá'u'lláh compares His Writings to an ocean. This analogy opens up new ways of looking at the Word of God and allows us to discover within them many truths that might otherwise remain hidden.

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Legacy of Courage: The Life of Ola Pawlowska


by Dale E. Lehman

The life of Ola Pawlowska, a Polish woman who arose to fulfill one of the goals of Shoghi Effendi's "Ten Year Crusade" is told by her daughter in Legacy of Courage. But this book is more than just biography. It's inspiration!

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The Metropolis of Satan


by Dale E. Lehman

What do Bahá'ís believe about Satan and evil? This is one of the more difficult questions Christians raise when talking with Bahá'ís. It is difficult because most of us have learned that 'Abdu'l-Bahá said Satan doesn't exist and that evil itself is "nonexistent."

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