Vain Imaginings of the World According to Angela


by Angela Shortt

What does it mean to be a Bahá'í in a world full of distractions and addictions? How do we strive for and achieve detachment? Are we given all the instructions? This tongue-in-cheek meditation might not answer those questions, but it just might get you thinking!

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Saying Grace


by Kathleen Kettler Lehman

Saying grace before a meal is custom found throughout Christianity and in various forms in other religions, too. What about the Bahá'í Faith? Does it maintain this practice? The answer is a bit more complicated than one might think.

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Pathways to Transformation


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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by Kathleen Kettler Lehman

Serge van Neck's new book explores the similarities and differences between the Bahá'í Faith and the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (Mormons). As a Bahá'í married to a Mormon, van Neck is in a unique position to present both faiths in a clear and positive light while demonstrating the commonalities that can help bridge the gap.

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