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Are Bahá'ís Pacifists?
Bahá'ís do not volunteer for violence and war, but are not absolute pacifists, either. They are obedient to their governments, but try to find non-combatant service.
Women's Lib and the Bahá'í Faith
A brief comparison between the Women's Liberation movement and Bahá'í Teachings on the equality of women and men and the best ways to achieve parity.
The Eternal Covenant
The Bahá'í Teachings say that having created mankind out of His love, God made a Covenant--a promise--never to abandon that creation.
Spirit, Not Drugs for Depression
Understanding true human nature and the purpose of life can be a better long-term treatment for depression than drugs.
How Bahá'ís Find Peace and Tranquility
Given the current state of heightened anxiety in the world, is there any way to salvage the peace and tranquility promised by the Bahá'í Faith?
Bahai.BellaOnline Site Organization
A quick site overview and definition of the subject headings.
What the Bahá'í Faith Has Done
Answer to a reader's question about what benefits the Bahá'í Faith provides mankind.
Day of the Covenant - Bahá'í Holy Day
November 26 is the Day of the Covenant, chosen by 'Abdu'l-Bahá to commemorate a first in religious history: a clearly delineated change of leadership that would prevent successful schism.
Steps to Peace - Train for Virtues
There are specific virtues everyone can cultivate to bring about a more peaceful world, and they aren't new ideas, but part of an age-old religious promise.
The Importance of Fatherhood
The Bahá'í Faith teaches that fathers are not just the financial support or family figureheads, but the equal partners of their wives in the rearing of children and the ordering of family life.
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