The Baha’i Faith in America
In this volume of the Babi and Baha’i Studies series William Garlington outlines the history of the Baha’i Faith in America from 1895 to 2000.
This general introduction to the includes an overview of the origins and growth of the Faith in the US, introduction to Baha’i beliefs and principles, an explanation of Baha’i laws, and a survey of late 20th century Baha’i Administration. Garlington doesn’t shy away from more controversial aspects of Baha’i history and practice, such as early racial segregation and the current ban on women becoming members of the Universal House of Justice, and includes a survey of contemporary Christian anti-Baha’i polemics and the Baha’i response.
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