Papers delivered at the ‘Irfán Colloquium Session #74 (English)

Bosch Bahá'í School: Santa Cruz, California USA

May 24–27, 2007.

Bahá'í Plan of Action

by Firooz Oskooi


Bahá'u'lláh's "Most Sublime Vision"

by Wolfgang Klebel

This paper has been updated and published as Occasional Papers Volume 2.
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Brief review of the collection of the Writings addressed to Mulla Sadiq Muqaddas and his descendents, A

by Muin Afnani


Concept of justice in the Writings of Shoghi Effendi, The

by Farhad Sabetan


Conferred Infallibility and the Will and Testament of `Abdu'l-Bahá: "Intrinsic characteristics and historical perspectives"

by Faris Badii


First Tablet in the second series of the Tablets of Divine Plan

by Sima Quddusi


From Desolation to Deification: Some Comments on the Theological and secular meanings of the Arabic word Baha' in Islamic and Bábi-Baha'i Literatures.

by Stephen Lambden


Healthy personality in the light of Bahá'í Writings

by Farhad Sabetan


Joseph and the Motif of the Garment of Joseph in the Qayyūmu'l-Asmá' and other Bábí-Bahá'i Sacred Writings.

by Stephen Lambden


Long Obligatory Prayer, Mirror Neurons and Recent Findings in Neuroscience: A look at changes in human brain and character

by Keyvan Geula


Man is man: `Abdu'l-Bahá on Human Evolution

by Ramin Neshati

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Messages of Shoghi Effendi on First Seven Year Plan: The first stage of the implementation of the goals of the Tablets of Divine Plan

by Mehrzad Khorsandi


New look at Buddhism, A

by Janet Breger


Panel Discussion on Minimalism and the Bahá'í Faith

by Ian Kluge and Wolfgang Klebel


Panel Presentation on Post-Modernism and the Bahá'í Faith

by Ian Kluge and Mahyad Rahnamaie


Review of the Mystical themes in the Long Obligatory Prayer, A

by Ashkan Monfared


Rise of justice in the spiritual and secular life of man, The: An exposition on excerpts from The Advent of Divine Justice by Shoghi Effendi

by James Thomas

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Suratu'l-Mulk and the Surau'i-Muluk, Part 2: Some Further Considerations

by Sholeh Quinn

See also Part 1 and Part 3.