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Exploring Bahá’u’lláh's Last Major Work: Epistle to the Son of the Wolf

Bahá’í History & Texts
7 weeks
Weekly Study
Oct 22-Dec 9
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October 22, 2020
Fee: $75

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Epistle to the Son of the Wolf may be regarded as Bahá’u’lláh’s crowning achievement, which He revealed near the end of His forty-year ministry. In this major work Bahá’u’lláh selects some of the choicest gems from His earlier works, including a number of previously revealed tablets; public proclamation of His eschatological advent; declaration of His mission and purpose; autobiographical narration of key personal experiences; major ethical and moral precepts; explanations of prophecies and their symbolic and spiritual significances; tributes to Bahá’í martyrs; and highlights of other key aspects of Bahá’í history and teachings. In this course, we will give special attention to how Bahá’u’lláh engaged in the public discourses of the society in His day and age and how this may serve as a model for engaging the public discourses of society today.

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Christopher Buck, PhD
Author; Adjunct Faculty, United Theological Seminary of the Twin Cities

Christopher Buck (PhD, JD) attorney and independent scholar, is the author of several books, including: Bahá’í Faith: The Basics (2020, forthcoming), God & Apple Pie (2015), with an introduction by J. Gordon Melton (Distinguished Professor of American Religious History, Baylor University), Religious Myths and Visions of America (2009, “an original contribution to American studies,” Journal of American History, June 2011), Alain... See Faculty Bio

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