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Documents published in Associate

  1. Association for Baha'i Studies - English-speaking Europe: A Retrospective, by Seena Fazel, in Associate, 38 (2004-05). Overview of the history of the Bahá'í Studies Review, the Associate, and ABS-ESE special interest groups, conferences, and Bahá'í societies. [about]
  2. Bahá'í Faith in America, The: 1900-1912, by Robert Stockman: Review, by Derek Cockshut, in Associate, 17 (1995 Summer). [about]
  3. Bahá'í Perspectives on Spiritual and Moral Education, Some, by Stephen Vickers, in Associate, 16 (1995 Summer). The Bahá'í Faith, like any other religion, contains insights which can be valuable for those in the educational world who are striving to make moral and spiritual education a reality; "light is good in whatsoever lamp it shines." [about]
  4. Bahá'ís, The, by Bahá'í International Community: Review, by Seena Fazel, in Associate, 11 (1993). [about]
  5. Early Irish Bahá'ís, by R. Jackson Armstrong-Ingram, in Associate, 25 (1998 Spring). Short history of the introduction of the Bahá’í Faith to Ireland, 1900 to 1925. [about]
  6. Examination of the Cultural Relativity of Human Rights, An, by Jonathan Patrick, in Associate, 36 (2001 Autumn). On the discourse between proponents of the universality of human rights, and those of their cultural and religious relativity. Are human rights inherent in the individual, or imposed by a neo-imperialist West? [about]
  7. Fostering Good Working Relations between Bahá'í Institutions and Bahá'í Scholars, by Wendi Momen, in Associate, 33-34 (2001 Winter/Spring). Lists of things that make Bahá'í scholarship important, some ways institutions can support scholars, ways scholars can support the institutions, and brief comments on Review. [about]
  8. Future of Bahá'í Studies, The, by William P. Collins, in Associate, 33-34 (2001 Winter/Spring). On the need for planning for the future, diversification, scholarly study by non-Bahá'ís, scholarship and art, unity paradigm, popular culture, writing in a non-boring style, and coordination of activities. [about]
  9. International Criminal Court: A Bahá'í Perspective, by Dan Wheatley, in Associate, 33-34 (2001 Winter/Spring). Brief history of the ICC, and Bahá'í support of it. [about]
  10. Internet and Electronic Forums Used for Teaching, by Universal House of Justice, in Associate, 27 (1999 Winter). Short letter about using electronic media for personal teaching activities. [about]
  11. Memorials of the Faithful: Revisited, by Ron Price, in Associate, 35 (2001 Summer). Literary themes in Abdu'l-Bahá's book of biographies. [about]
  12. Polish Response to Soviet Anti-Bahá'í Polemics, The, by Jan T. Jasion, in Associate, 29 (1999 Winter). Response of non-Bahá'í scholars to Marxist-Leninist polemics and attacks on the Bahá'í Faith, in particular the attitude of Polish scholars writing between 1945 and 1988, while Poland was still a 'satellite' of the Soviet Union. [about]
  13. Psychology of Spirituality, The, by H.B. Danesh: Review, by Cyrus Agahi, in Associate, 29 (1999). [about]
  14. Pursuing Excellence, by Barney Leith, in Associate, 36 (2001 Autumn). What is excellence, is it ineffable, how do we recognize it, and how might we pursue it? [about]
  15. Reporting on the Spirit: How the Media Covers Spiritual and Religious Issues, by Amaris Podger, in Associate, 37 (2002 Spring). There is no ideological reason to prevent journalists or media outlets from holding religious opinions or giving voice to them. [about]
  16. Role of the Bahá'í Scholar in Defending the Faith, The, by Muhammad Afnan, in Associate, 33-34 (2001 Winter/Spring). The role of apologetics in the Bahá'í Faith is not merely to defend or prove, but to demonstrate that the Faith provides the means for obtaining knowledge of the truth, and to present the truths revealed by the Sacred Writings. [about]
  17. Scholarship and the Bahá'í Institutions, Comments on, by Robert Stockman, in Associate, 33-34 (2001 Winter/Spring). The terms "scholarship" vs "scholar"; relationship between scholarship and faith; relationship with the institutions; scholarship in North America. [about]
  18. Scripture and Revelation, ed. Moojan Momen: Review, by Daniel Grolin, in Associate, 30 (2000 Spring). [about]

Academic journals
(mostly peer reviewed)

Australian Bahá'í Studies
Bahá'í Studies
Bahá'í Studies Bulletin
Bahá'í Studies Review
Journal of Bahá'í Studies
Journal of the Royal Asiatic Society
Occasional Papers in Bábí and Bahá'í Studies
Online Journal of Bahá'í Studies
Religion / Religions
Singapore Bahá'í Studies Review
Solas
Studies in Bahá'í Philosophy
World Order
World Order, complete issues

Books

Khúshih-Há'í Az Kharman-i-Adab
Lights of Irfán
Studies in Babi and Baha'i Religions

Historical

The Open Court (1904-1931)
Journal de Constantinople (1848-1849)
 

Other Bahá'í journals

American Bahá'í, The (offsite)
Arts Dialogue (offsite)
Associate
Bahá'í Journal UK
Bahá'í News
Bahá'í World
Deepen
dialogue
elixir-journal.org
One Country
Scriptum
Star of the West

Encyclopedias

Bahá'í Encyclopedia
Encyclopedia Britannica      
Encyclopaedia Iranica
Encyclopaedia of Islam
Religious Celebrations
World Religions

Non-Baha'i

Iranian Studies

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