David Henderson on Baháʼí- Part 1
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After a brief introduction, David Henderson had each of us introduce ourselves in a round of small statements he called “pop-corning” as each person “pops” the focus over to the next one of their choice to speak. He then began a detailed presentation on the Baháʼí Faith, it’s history practice, and buildings.
David Henderson on Baháʼí, Part 2
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David continues and concludes his presentation with a little time for questions and answers, and discussion at the end.
What is Bahá’í?
One of the relatively new religions that addresses the oneness of God and religion, the oneness of humanity and freedom from prejudice, the inherent nobility of the human being, the progressive revelation of religious truth, the development of spiritual qualities, the integration of worship and service, the fundamental equality of the sexes, the harmony between religion and science, the centrality of justice to all human endeavors, the importance of education, and the dynamics of the relationships that are to bind together individuals, communities, and institutions as humanity advances towards its collective maturity.
Alemash Asfaw on the Bahá’í Faith (AFSI: 04/12/14)
Our second presentation was a bit longer, and was presented in the morning session of the March class in 2013. Since there are a lot of good things here, I am leaving in the entire class.
1-AFSI Bahá’í Class Opening 03-16-2013:
The opening of our AFSI interfaith seminary class of March 2013, incudes opening invocation, chants, and introduces our guest speaker on the Bahá’í faith, Dalton Garis, the main speaker in part 2 of this class.
2-Talk on the Bahá’í Faith by Dalton Garis*:
Dalton Garis is a man of deep conviction in the teachings of Bahá’u’lláh, founder of the Bahá’í faith. As he explains this religion and its practices to us, he shares his passionate, deep and abiding faith in the religion he has been practicing for 45 years. (This is the longest track of the day so set aside some time when you can watch the whole thing.You can pause and come back to it or even watch the shorter ones first if you like, as this session stands alone.