Category: Courses

Wilmette Institute Courses for 2019 Bicentenary of the Birth of the Báb: Plan Ahead!

Learning more about the Báb and His writings in preparation for celebrating the bicentenary of His birth in October 2019 has just become easier. The Wilmette Institute will be offering four new courses and two repeated courses in 2019 about

Fall-Term Courses (September – December 2018): A Bouquet of Choices

The Wilmette Institute has announced its courses for its Fall Term, which begins on September 1 and runs through December. The nineteen courses are a mix drawn from the departments of Bahá’í History and Texts; Religion, Philosophy, and Theology; Social

Wilmette Institute Offering More Courses for Possible College or University Credit

The Wilmette Institute is now offering more courses for possible college or university credit. One or two courses will be available at the beginning of each of the Institute’s four terms, which start in September, January, April, and Mid-June. The

How Sustainable Development Helps You Carry Forward an Ever-Advancing Civilization

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by Christine Muller All men have been created to carry forward an ever-advancing civilization.—Bahá’u’lláh Sustainable Development? Isn’t that just for developing countries? And doesn’t the responsibility for development rest with the United Nations and Non-Governmental Organizations? The answer to both

Wilmette Institute’s Third-Term Courses—July and August 2018

The Wilmette Institute has announced its third-term courses, which run during July and August 2018. By clicking on the links below or by opening the Wilmette’s web page and clicking on the 2018 Courses tab, you can register for the

Thinking about Relationships and Marriage? Check Out a New Anytime Course

Why Anytime Courses, available 24/7/365? Matters dealing with the heart—dating, relationships, parental consent, and marriage—and needing guidance do not wait for a course on such topics to cycle around in the courses offered by the Wilmette Institute. Hence, the Institute’s

A Learner’s How-To List for Engaging in Interfaith Dialogue

Preparing for Interfaith Dialogue 2018 Faculty: Ted Brownstein, JoAnn Borovicka, Anne Pearson Lisa Kelly, a Bahá’í living in Madison, Wisconsin, signed up the 2018 course on Preparing for Interfaith Dialogue, thinking it “would have more focus on specific religions, in

Learning How to Participate in Interfaith Dialogue and Then Jumping Right In

Preparing for Interfaith Dialogue 2018 Faculty: Ted Brownstein, JoAnn Borovicka, Anne Pearson “Hello, I am Sheila” was Sheila Idoine’s introduction of herself to her fellow learners in the Wilmette Institute’s 2018 course on Preparing for Interfaith Dialogue. Sheila is a

Bahá’í Theology Course Results in Exploration of Catholic Document “Dei verbum”

Bahá’í Theology: Concepts of God, Revelation, Manifestation, Creation, Humanity, Afterlife, and Covenant 2017 Faculty: Mikhail Sergeev The 2017 Bahá’í Theology course stimulated a lot of thinking about the nature of God’s relationship to the world, the Bahá’í concept of revelation,

Wilmette Institute’s Second-Term Courses, April–June

The Wilmette Institute has announced its courses for its second term, which runs from April through June 2018. You can access the Second-Term courses by clicking on the links below or by opening the Wilmette Institute’s web page and clicking

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