Táhirih, a woman born into the Islamic religion in the nineteenth-century Persian Empire, is the most renowned heroine of the earliest days of the Bahá’í Faith. Paul, a man born into the Jewish religion in the first century Roman Empire, is often referred to as the most prominent apostle in the early history of Christianity. Táhirih and Paul are separated by gender, religion, nationality, culture, and eighteen hundred years. And yet, when stories of their lives and apostolic ministries are compared, parallels arise. This talk will point out nine parallels in the ministries of Táhirih and Paul and reflect on the value of this knowledge in interfaith dialogue.