I can answer questions on the basic teachings, practices, and history of the Baha`i Faith and can provide information on diverse Baha`i groups (as the Orthodox Baha`is).
I have personally studied the Baha'i Faith for over twenty years and published a reference book on the Faith entitled THE BAHA'I FAITH; AN HISTORICAL BIBLIOGRAPHY. I also hold a Masters degree in Theological Studies.
THE BAHA'I FAITH: AN HISTORICAL BIBLIOGRAPHY (Garland Publishing,1985).
BA in Behavioral Sciences (Oral Roberts University)
MATS (McCormick Theological Seminary)
Further study, Garrett-Evangelical Theological Seminary
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Hi, Calvin: Teaching the Faith is part of being a Baha'i. Some Baha'is are more active at it than others. Some choose to be "pioneers", who more actively bring the Faith to a community. I have heard
All I can say is that a principle of the Faith concerns the excesses of wealth and poverty. It doesn't seem to get discussed too much. I think Baha'is talk more about peace and unity than economics.
In my experience with Baha'is, I have not seen them as evangelistic, though they are happy to talk to "seekers." Being a Baha'i, as I have seen, is very much a personal choice. I have heard of people
The Baha'i is really an Iranian religion. It began in Tehran. However, some of Baha'u'llah's writings, as THE HIDDEN WORDS, were in Persian. Why that was, I don't know. True, Naw Ruz is Persian and
Hello, Calvin! Glad to hear from you! That I know, there are no prohibitions about carrying or owning guns in the Faith. However, there may be some directives from the Universal House of Justice about