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Worlds Within Worlds

02/13/2004

by Dale E. Lehman

Bahá'u'lláh often speaks of the worlds of God. Infinite in number, these worlds are related in complex ways. Our journey through them is equally complex and fundamentally mystical in nature.

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Bahá'í: The New Vision

02/17/2006

by Dale E. Lehman

Lisa Janti's new book Bahá'í: The New Vision is a different kind of introduction to the Bahá'í Faith, well-suited to those who would benefit from a text that unites a broad range of human experience in the context of Bahá'u'lláh's teachings.

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Bahá'í: The New Vision

02/17/2006

by Dale E. Lehman

A number of introductions to the Bahá'í Faith have been published over the years. In English, the best-known are Esselmont's Bahá'u'lláh and the New Era and Hatcher and Martin's The Bahá'í Faith: The Emerging Global Religion. Books such as these set forth in straightforward fashion the basic facts about the history, teachings, and organization of the Bahá'í Faith. The newest entry in the category, Bahá'í: The New Vision by Lisa Janti, takes a rather different approach.

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Pathways to Transformation

06/18/2004

by Ron Price

The other day I came across a Bahá'í book which after an hour or so of perusing I realised I had a gem of usefulness in my hands. For years I had been looking for a replacement for Esselmont's Bahá'u'lláh and the New Era.

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