Category: Web Talks

“Globalization and Its Discontent” (Interview with Professor Alexander Chumakov)

Sunday, November 4, 2018, 12 noon Eastern time (9 a.m. Pacific, 8 p.m. Moscow time) Register for Web Talk As a modern religion for the global age of humanity, the Bahá’í Faith is striving to achieve what Bahá’ís call the Lesser

Benjamin Schewel and a New Way to Think about Religion: A Web Talk Not to Miss

review by Robert Stockman Dr. Benjamin Schewel, in his recent Web Talk discussed his innovative approach to thinking about religion. Called “Seven Ways of Looking at Religion,” his talk was a summary from his 2017 book (Yale University Press) of

Three June Web Talks: Adventures in Scientific Principles, Interreligious Dialogue, and Materialism and Discontent

As spring gives way to summer, the Wilmette Institute is offering a rich plate of talks for your enjoyment—two traditional Web Talks and a third one, which is an interview (a first for the Institute) by a Bahá’í of a

Edward Price, “4,000 years of Divine Curriculum–What has God been teaching us?”

Sunday, September 23, 2018, 2 p.m. Eastern (11 a.m. Pacific, 8 p.m. Western European time) Register for the Web Talk This will be an overview of the concepts presented in the book by Edward Price–The Divine Curriculum: Divine Design (Volume 1).

Our Email Box: Listener Comments on Web Talks on the 2017 Bicentenary and a New Look at the Exodus Story

Web Talks generally generate a flurry of comments, but sometimes listeners take their time about watching the talks on the Wilmette Institute’s YouTube, and then they respond. The letters to the editor below are the second kind. Here are their

Our Email Box: On Valerie Phillips’ Web Talk “The Special Place of America in the Baha’í Authoritative Texts”

Valerie Phillips’ Web Talk in April on “The Special Place of America in the Bahá’í Authoritative Texts” evoked many comments from listeners (her talk and PowerPoint are now available). But, first, here is some information that provides context to the

Our Email Box: Comments on Web Talks about Two Hands of the Cause of God—Tears and Laughter

Mariette Leong, the youngest daughter of the Hand of the Cause of God Collis Featherstone, shared with Wilmette Institute Web Talk listeners the captivating, moving (many were in tears), funny, and informative talks about her father and about the Hand

Our Email Box: About Greg Dahl’s Web Talk on “Economic Life: Reflections on the Universal House of Justice Message of March 1, 2017″

If you think economics is for the experts, you may change your mind when you listen to Gregory C. Dahl discuss the topic in his recent Web Talk “Economic Life: Reflection on the Universal House of Justice Message of March

Ben Schewel Explores “Seven Ways of Looking at Religion”: A Web Talk for May

“Seven Ways of Looking at Religion” Sunday, May 6, 2018, 2 p.m. EDT (7 p.m. U.K; 8 p.m. Western European) Ben Schewel In May the Wilmette Institute is offering just one Web Talk, but it is one for which you

Two Web Talks for April: America in the Bahá’í Writings and Economic Life

Sunday, Apr. 8, 2018, 2 p.m. EDT (7 p.m. U.K; 8 p.m. Western European) “The Special Place of America in the Bahá’í Authoritative Texts” Valerie Smith Sunday, Apr. 22, 2018, 2 p.m. EDT (7 p.m. U.K; 8 p.m. Western European)

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