Maxwells of Montreal Vol. 2
Middle Years 1923–1937
Late Years 1937–1952
by Violette Nakhjavani and Bahiyyih Nakhjavani
Completing the story of the Maxwells, including the pilgrimages of May and Mary Maxwell in the early years of the Guardian's ministry; their contributions to the advancement of the Bahá'í Faith in Canada, the United States, France and Germany; the marriage of Mary Maxwell to Shoghi Effendi; and Sutherland Maxwell's crowning achievement as architect of the Shrine of the Báb.
Baha'u'llah, the Prince of Peace
by David Hofman
An absorbing account of the dramatic life of Bahá'u'lláh, set against the vast changes which have overtaken the world in the last century and a half and the great opportunity for world peace now at long last opening before the nations
From Mountain to Mountain Stories about Baha'u'llah
by Hitjo Garst
Stories for children drawn from Bahá'í history.
The Horse of the Moonlight
The Horse of the Moonlight takes Tim to a stable where he meets three old horses who each tell him their tales: the Red Roan who carried Bahá'u'lláh from Baghdad to the shores of the Black Sea, the Wild Stallion ridden by the Báb and the steed of Mulla Husayn.
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.
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’.
Helping Our Children Find Meaning and Purpose
by Harlan Carl Scheffler
Drawing on 'Abdu'l-Baha's profound explanations in Some Answered Questions, Harlan Scheffler explores the relationship between the natural world and the non-material world, between science and religion, to propose a scheme of education that will help children find their way in a globalized world now awakening to its spiritual purpose.
The Apostle of PeaceA Survey of References to ‘Abdu’l-Bahá in the Western Press
by Amín Egea
Read all about it! Apostle of Peace comes to town!
When 'Abdu'l-Bahá set sail from the Middle East in 1911 and again in 1912 to bring to the West the message of peace found in the teachings of His father, Bahá'u'lláh, His arrival was headline news in towns and cities across Europe and North America.
Harlan Carl Scheffler, 92, takes a humorous look at what it is like to get old, then older, and move into a care facility. He reflects on what happens to us as we face idle times and experience the need for special care. And he wonders, ‘What happens next? Is life immortal?’
Observations & Disclosures & Resolutions
by Harlan Carl Scheffler
Harlan Scheffler reflects on the implications of the spiritual reality upon which the physical world is based and on the need for science to acknowledge that reality in order to meet the challenge of Alzheimer's.
Blueprint for a New World
by Craig Loehle
Using the Power of the Revelation of Bahá’u’lláh to Revitalize the Indivual and Society. Craig Loehle explores the teachings of Bahá’u’lláh, founder of the Bahá’í Faith, and examines the role Bahá’ís play as inventors in the development of the new social and economic systems that will form the pattern for a peaceful, united and just future society.
Mirror of the Divine - Art in the Baha'i World Community
by Ludwig Tuman
An important and basic Baha'i resource for study of the core concepts of art, deriving from the Baha’i teachings a new, world-embracing and stimulating vision of art and its practice. Provides ideal supplementary reading for those taking courses of the Ruhi Institute, particularly in connection with Book 7.
The Imperishable Dominion
by Udo Schaefer
Taking stock of the traditions of modern European thought, from Marx, Nietzsche and the ‘death of God’ to the present day, and making extensive use of quotations and statistics, the author discusses some of the vital issues at the heart of this global upheaval.
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.
Special Offer For November - Bahá'í Pilgrimage
With over 350 illustrations in full colour, this stunning book offers a taste of what it is like to be a Bahá'í pilgrim to the World Centre of the Bahá'í Faith in the Holy Land. More than simply a photographic souvenir, it takes the reader on a guided pictorial journey bringing alive the history of the Holy Places and inviting meditation and reflection. An excellent gift choice.
We are with you at all times...
Recognizing the Eternal Presence, Sovereignty & All-Knowingness of God
by Catharino James Elijio
We are with you at all times . . . brings together passages from the Bahá’í writings and other sacred texts on the themes of spiritual growth and service to the unity, well-being, peace and security of humanity.
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.
The Greatest Instrument for Promoting Harmony and Civilization
edited and introduced by Gregory P. Meyjes
Quotations from the Bahá’í writings and related texts regarding the adoption of a common language as 'the greatest instrument for promoting harmony and civilization' among the peoples of the world.
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.