The Wilmette Institute Announces Courses for the 2018 Winter Quarter

Courses for the Wilmette Institute’s 2018 schedule are taking shape. The Winter Quarter courses—January through March—are listed in this issue of the eNewsletter. Courses for additional quarters will appear in subsequent issues. Highlights of the Winter Quarter include a new course on Racism, three new courses on Relationships & Marriage, and one new course on Parenting. The dates after the course titles indicate beginning dates.

SOCIETY AND SOCIAL CHANGE

  • Bahá’í Perspectives on Agriculture and Food (January 20)
  • Racism in America: The Most Challenging Issue (February 1)
  • Health Care and Social Action (March 7)

EXPLORING THE WRITINGS OF BAHÁ’U’LLÁH, THE BÁB, AND ‘ABDU’L-BAHÁ

  • Lawh-i-Sultán (January 11)
  • The Writings of the Báb (February 10)
  • Introduction to the Kitáb-i-Aqdas (February 15)
  • The Three Charters of the Faith (March 10)
  • Some Answered Questions (March 25)

HISTORY AND BIOGRAPHY

  • ‘Abdu’l-Bahá: His Life and Ministry (February 20)

LITERATURE AND THE ARTS

  • Finding the Hidden Gift: An Approach to Studying the Bahá’í Writings (January 15)
  • The Bahá’í Faith and the Arts (March 15)

BAHÁ’Í THOUGHT

  • Preparing for Interfaith Dialogue (January 5)

COMMUNITY AND COMMUNITY ADMINISTRATION

  • How to Organize and Maintain a Bahá’í Archives (January 8, 2018)

RELATIONSHIPS AND MARRIAGE

  • Exploring Friendship, Dating, and Courtship (January 9)
  • Knowing the Character of a Relationship Partner (February 6)
  • Communicating as a Couple: Talking and Listening (March 27)

PARENTING

  • Helping Children Thrive in a Toxic Media Environment (January 16)
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