These courses provide an introduction to the Baha’i Faith by looking at how Baha’is live their lives through the principals of the Faith and by exploring the rich history. The classes are broken into short lessons that are easy for anyone to watch and go at their own pace through. The narrator weaves the Baha’i writings, interviews of diverse Baha’is, and historical photographs together to create compelling and interesting lessons.
The Baha’i Faith is a new world religion. It was founded in 1844 and has spread to every corner of the globe. One of its core beliefs is that every human being has something to offer the world. To assist humanity this new religion provides a modern set of teachings and practices that can help people reach their full potential.
This course provides an introduction to all aspects of living the Baha’i Faith. It includes talks based on Baha’i scriptures along with clips from interviews of Baha’is who share their experiences and perspectives. You can watch it at your own pace and learn not just from the lecturer, but from a diverse group of people who have spent lifetimes putting this faith into action.
These materials were reviewed and approved for publishing by the Review Office of the Baha’is of the United States
The Baha’i Faith is a new world religion. It started in the Middle East in 1844, and has since spread throughout the world with millions of people joining it from every conceivable background.
This course explores the incredible stories that brought this religion from its origins in a small band of followers to a global movement with followers in nearly every country and locality. You’ll meet the three Central Figures who inspired people to sacrifice everything for a new cause of unity, equality, and universal peace. It also explores what happened after this first age of heroes and offers a compelling and interesting look at the last century of the Faith as it has become a volunteer run force for change in the world.
These materials were reviewed and approved for publishing by the Review Office of the Baha’is of the United State