Unsheathing the Sword of Wisdom
Reflections on Human Rights and Terrorism
by Julio Savi
This survey of human rights issues summarizes the many proposals made by the Bahá’í International Community concerning the human rights system, whose enforcement could assist in improving the application of human rights throughout the world, and thus in solving the complex question of terrorism.
Selections from the Writings of E.G. Browne - on the Babi and Baha'i Religions
by Moojan Momen
Newly researched, out-of-print and unpublished material, fully edited and annotated.
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A Study Guide to the Constitution of the Universal House of Justice
by Guy Sinclair
A comprehensive guide to the constitution of the supreme administrative body of the Bahá’í Faith.
Maxwells of Montreal Volume 1
Early Years 1870–1922
by Violette Nakhjavani
Beginning with their childhood years, this is the story of May Bolles and Sutherland Maxwell; their youth, their meeting and courtship in Paris; their marriage;their first pilgrimages; the birth of their daughter and the historic visit of ‘Abdu’l-Bahá to their home in Montreal in 1912.
Her Eternal Crown - Queen Marie of Romania and the Baha'i Faith
by Della Marcus
A biography of the first monarch to accept the teachings of Bahá'u'lláh.
Day of Glory The Life of Baha'u'llah
by Mary Perkins
Beginning with the childhood of Bahá'u'lláh, this clear, straightforward and easily readable sequel to Hour of the Dawn: The Life of the Báb looks briefly at the same period as its companion volume but focuses on the life of the person of Bahá'u'lláh, the Founder of the Bahá'í Faith.
Shoghi Effendi Through The Pilgrim’s Eye Vol 2
by Earl Redman
The story, through the eyes of those who were there, of the Ten Year Crusade, including the tragic and untimely death of Shoghi Effendi in 1957 and the decision by the ‘Chief Stewards’ of the Faith, the Hands of the Cause of God, to carry forward the Guardian’s Plan to its successful conclusion and the establishment of the final piece in Bahá’u’lláh’s Administrative Order, the Universal House of Justice.
Book 4: Daily Reflections And Stories For ChildrenStories of the Báb
Munirih Hodgeillustrated by Margo Styan
The fourth volume of this popular book provides stories about the Báb, passages from the scriptures and new paintings to enhance your children's bedtime devotions.
Book 2: Daily Reflections and Stories for Children
Stories of ‘Abdu’l-Bahá
by Munirih Hodge and Margo Styan
The second volume of this popular book provides more stories about ‘Abdu’l Bahá, additional passages from the scriptures and new paintings to enhance your children’s bedtime devotions.
The Spirit Within Club
by Sahar Sabati
When ten-year-old friends set up an after-school club so they can hang out together more often, they don't expect to be able to solve their problems at school. But when they tap into the spirit within them, they and their friends discover that they have the power to make the world a better place.
Coronation on CarmelThe Story of the Shrine of the Báb
Volume II: 1922–1963
by Michael V. Day
'This thrilling saga conveys the drama, excitement and challenges associated with the completion of the Shrine of the Báb.' ~ Dr Janet Khan
Continuing the thrilling story of the Shrine of the Báb, this volume covers the building of the superstructure of the ‘Queen of Carmel’.
Toward an Ever-Advancing Civilization
Compiled and edited by Rene Knight-Weiler
Essays written by parents around the world on themes vital to every parent and parent-to-be, including ‘The Noble Job of Parenthood’, ‘Love and Nurturing’, ‘Becoming a Non‑Critical Parent’ and ‘Developing Spiritual Capacities’.
From Behind All the Veils
By Susan Hansen
Illustrated by Susan Reed
From Behind All the Veils tells the story of Táhirih - poet, champion of education for girls and the emancipation of women, the first woman to believe in the Báb - written for children and beautifully illustrated by Susan Reed.
Seeking Intimacy in a Diverse Community
by Phyllis K Peterson
How the Bahá’í community is learning to develop true intimacy through devotional meetings, reflection meetings and home visits and how it is learning to integrate not only the races but those who are outcast because of mental illness or physical disability.
Mirror of the Divine - Art in the Baha'i World Community
by Ludwig Tuman
An essential resource for study of the core, universal concepts in the arts. This book derives from them Baha’i teachings a new, world-embracing and stimulating vision of the arts and their practice.
“…key reading for spiritually-minded artists of all disciplines who are looking for a manifesto to guide their work.” ~ Arya Badiyan, writer, painter
Sonata of Spirit
by Michael Fitzgerald
A new major collection of poems by Michael Fitzgerald, award-winning American poet. Fitzgerald’s work illuminates everyday experience as only poetry can, linking his spiritual orientation as a Bahá’í with the pleasures and pains of daily life, with the profound beauty found in nature, and with the hopeful, sometimes humorous, sometimes exasperating and often tragic journey of a planet struggling to become conscious of its oneness.
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The Last War
Racism, Spirituality and the Future of Civilization
by Mark L Perry
Mark Perry surveys the historical roots of racism and the despiritualization of society, back from the modern day to their primitive, prehistoric past. Holding out a vision provided by Bahá’u’lláh, the founder of the Bahá’í Faith, he explains how humanity can lay the groundwork for a new civilization.
Baha'i References to Judaism Christianity and Islam
by James Heggie
Selections of the Bahá'í writings relating to Judaism, Christianity and Islam.
Beyond the Culture of Contest - From Adversarialism to Mutualism in an Age of Interdependence
by Michael Karlberg
Michael Karlberg put forward the thesis that our present ‘culture of contest’ is both socially unjust and ecologically unsustainable and that the surrounding ‘culture of protest’ is an inadequate response to the social and ecological problems it generates.
Companions of the Crimson Arc
by Shirin Sabri
illustrated by Sue Podger
This book is the first in the series Companions of the Crimson Ark which tells the dramatic stories of some of the women and men, young and old, who, in the time of Bahá’u’lláh and ‘Abdu’l-Bahá, entered the Cause of God and, despite many difficulties and hardships, served it until the end of their lives.