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How Does the Bahá'í Faith Grow?
Without a clergy, how has the Bahá'í Faith become the second most widespread religion on the planet, or grown to seven million adherents, in less than 170 years?
Equality of Women and Men
One of the main principles of the Baha'i Faith is the spiritual equality of women and men, and the need to provide the same access education so that women can fully develop their potential, without which there will never be world peace.
The Secret of Divine Civilization - Book Review
A review of the treatise by the son of the Founder of the Bahá'í Faith, on the bases and maintenance of a peaceful and healthy civilization. If the ideas sound familiar, it is because the instructions are part of the age old core of religion, renewed for the present day.
Bahá'í Houses of Worship
Do Bahá'ís have churches or temples for worship? What is the purpose of a structure in which to praise God, if one's relationship with the Creator is private?
How Do Bahá'ís Worship?
A brief look at the form and purpose of worship in the Bahá'í Faith.
The Concept of Rebirth in the Bahá'í Faith
The meaning of the term rebirth in the Bahá'í Faith refers to the dual nature of human beings, and to the flowering of spiritual awareness.
The Hidden Words - Book Review
A short review of one of the most important of doctrinal books of the Bahá'í Faith.
Abortion and Birth Control in the Bahá'í Faith
Family planning is an integral part of Bahá'í married life, the purpose of which is to raise up children who know and worship God, but since the soul begins at conception, abortion is not an allowed form of birth control.
Reversing Aging-Related Decline with Religion
The Bahá'í Faith asserts that science and religion must work together in harmony. Science is catching up with age-old religious guidance on how to live fuller, healthier lives.
The Concept of Evil in the Bahá'í Faith
Since Bahá'ís believe in only one God, the concept of evil is discussed in terms the absence of good, rather than an embodied and powerful spirit, or alternate god.
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