Use Web Talks for Firesides and Deepenings

Enliven your personal deepening and your firesides and study classes with speakers from around the country and the world with topics ranging from spiritual discussions of Bahá’í texts to ones preparing you for participating in the prevalent discourses of society. Each talk has links to:

  • a short description of the talk and biographical information about the speaker
  • the Web Talk itself; and
  • a longer review article about the talk.

2016 Web Talks

Brian Aull “Consultation: A Revolutionary Model of Democratic Governance”

Shahrokh Monjazeb “Veiled and Concealed in the Hidden Habitation of His Inner Being: Revelation in the Síyah Chal”

2015 Web Talks

Steve Friberg “Science and Religion”

Sovaida Maani Ewing “Building a World Federation: The Key to Solving Our Global Crises”

Baharieh Rouhani Maani “The Leaves of the Twin Divine Trees”

Arthur Lyon Dahl “Navigating the Storm: The Transition to Sustainability”

Susanne Alexander “Healthy, Unified Marriages as Service to Humanity”

Sandra Lynn Hutchison “Windows on Divine Wisdom: Accessing the Meaning of the Bahá’í Revelation”

Moojan Momen “The Re‑Creation and Utilization of a Community’s Memories: Shoghi Effendi and Baha’i History”

Christopher Buck “God and Apple Pie: Religious Myths and Visions of America”

Anne Perry “Where Spirit Intersects Art”

Ian Kluge “The Baha’i Proofs for God”

John Hatcher “The Face of God Among Us”

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