Once To Every Man And Nation
Stories About Becoming a Bahá'í
by Randie Gottlieb and Steven Gottlieb
Thirty-seven stories about becoming a Bahá'í.
This book brings together 37 true firsthand accounts. You can read about . . .
* the man who thought a fireside was a place where you roast marshmallows . . .
* the man who got stuck halfway up a mountain . . .
* the girl who tried praying as an experiment . . .
* the woman in despair who asked for a sign from God . . .
* the boy who heard a radio interview with his favourite musicians . . .
* the couple who 'shopped' through the Yellow Pages . . .
* the student who wondered why the girl in the library smiled so much . . .
* the Viet Nam veteran who was searching for an answer . . .
* the lunch lady who sent a note home in a little boy's lunch pail . . .
* the socialite who had tried everything . . .
* the minister's daughter who was terrified of dying . . .
* the farm boy who began to ask questions . . .
* the woman who didn't want to belong to a religious organization . . .
* the young man who was given a book he didn't want to read . . .
* the university student who already knew everything about religion . . .
* the girl who broke off her engagement because her fiancé had become a Bahá'í . . .
* the kindergarten teacher who heard a Bahá'í prayer from a two-year old . . .
and many more
A heart-warming collection of true stories, of interest to Bahá'ís and to those who are making their own search.
'. . . will be enjoyed by many believers . . . should inspire readers . . . thoroughly recommend it.'
Members of the Bahá'í Reviewing Panel of the United Kingdom
The contributors to 'Once to Every Man and Nation' come from all over North America and represent a wide variety of cultural, racial, social and ethnic backgrounds. Young and old, black and white, each with a different experience of life, their very diversity demonstrates the universal appeal of the Bahá'í teachings.
The editors Randie and Steven Gottlieb became Bahá'ís in the early 1970s.
20 x 13 cm (7.75 x 5 in)