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COLLECTIONSStudy Guides, Notable talks, Books
TITLETowards World Order
AUTHOR 1Ali Nakhjavani
DATE_THIS2004/2007
ABSTRACTTranscripts of six talks given at a week-long course on the World Order of Bahá'u'lláh, sponsored by the NSA of Italy. Document includes compilation and outline.
NOTES This text was posted here in 2005, combined from a variety of online sources, under the title "World Order of Baha'u'llah: Six Talks on the Various Aspects of." It was also published as Towards World Order (Bundoora, Victoria: Bahá'í Publications Australia, 2005). Both have been replaced (2023) by the pubication under the title Towards World Order by Casa Editrice Bahá'í (Acuto, 2004). In the 2007 edition (below) a chapter on "The Covenant" and a chart "Towards Bahá'í World Civilisation" were added, as well as a second Foreword, including other questions and answers.

A participant [email on file] writes: "Mr Nakhjavani gave these talks in February of 2004. It was a wonderful experience - he gave one talk every morning for six days, and was available during the rest of the time for questions and discussions with the youth. Bahiyyih Nakhjavani also gave talks on Shoghi Effendi's use of language in the mornings. In the afternoons, we had workshops to discuss various specific points of the morning's talk, and to prepare presentations. We reconvened in the late afternoon, compared notes, and asked questions. Then in the evening Mrs Violette Nakhjavani shared her experiences traveling with Ruhiyyih Khanum."

TAGS- Administrative Order; `Alí Nakhjavání; Bahá'í Faith, Evolutionary nature of; Constitutions (Bahá'í); Covenant; Growth; Guardianship; Kitáb-i-Aqdas (Most Holy Book); Lesser Peace; Most Great Peace; Peace; Speculation; United States (documents); Universal House of Justice; Universal House of Justice, Constitution of; World order; World peace
 
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