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The Purpose of Religion
According to the teachings of the Bahá'í Faith, the divine religions were founded for the purpose of unifying humanity and establishing universal peace.

Why Bahá'u'lláh Suffered for His Teaching
What does the Bahá'í Faith say about the seemingly inevitable persecution that every Prophet of God has had to suffer, even to sacrificing Their lives for the new faith?

The Prophet's Daughter
Recognition of the importance of women dates from the beginning of the Bahá'í Faith. Bahíyyih Khánum is the foremost female historical figure in the Bahá'í Faith, and one of the key elements in preventing schism after Her father's death.

The Divine Art of Living - Book Review
How and why to live a good life is a recurring human question. "The Divine Art of Living" is a collection of quotes from the writings of Bahá'u'lláh, Prophet/Founder of the Bahá'í Faith, with explanation by His son and appointed interpreter, 'Abdu'l-Bahá.

What The Bahá'í Faith Says about Evolution
The Bahá'í Faith teaches that humanity has been evolving steadily, but was always possessed of 'human' potential irrespective of what the species looked like at any point in its development--thus, people did not evolve from monkeys!

How to Use Prayer for Problem Solving
Five steps to use prayer and meditation in decision making.

The Bahá'í Concept of Heaven
Where does the soul go after death? What is the Bahá'í concept of heaven, and how does one get there?

Life after Death
Religion has throughout history assured mankind that there was more to life than just this physical world. The Bahá'í Faith teaches that there is no death because true human nature is immortal spirit.

Pure Gold -- Book Review
Review of Pure Gold: Encouraging Character Qualities in Marriage, by Susanne M. Alexander, with Craig A. Farnsworth and John S. Miller, from the Marriage Transformation LLC.

What Bahá'ís Mean by Non-partisanship
Maintaining a non-partisan position is not about avoiding social responsibility or naively imagining that some outside force will change the world for better. Bahá'ís believe that only universal recognition of the essential oneness of humanity will bring about a more peaceful world.

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