Bahá’í 
Studies
 Notebook

Cahiers 
des études 
bahá’íes

Index by issue

Format is exact representation of original publication. Thus far, only parts of issue 3:1-2 are available online.

TÁHIRIH
Cathrine Nelson – McDermott ……………………… 3

AFTERLIFE – Poem
John S. Hatcher ………………………………… 13

THE ROLE OF ART EDUCATION IN INTERNATIONAL UNDERSTANDING
Debora Oese Thierman ……………………………. 19

NORTH OF NORWAY – Poem
Ian Stephen ……………………………………. 32

NEMESIS I – Poem
Albert Ouimet ………………………………….. 32

THE BAHÁ’Í TEACHINGS AND THE ARTIST
Thaya Batdorf ………………………………….. 33

THREE SONGS FOR A CHILD – Poem
Ray Hudoon …………………………………….. 45

DREAM VISIT – Poem
Kenneth Haley ………………………………….. 46

MANEKJI LIMJI HATARIA AND THE BAHÁ’Í FAITH
Gol Aidun ……………………………………… 47

STRANGE TEARS – NOVEMBER 12,1979 – Poem
Bret Breneman ………………………………….. 63

ILLUSIONS – Poem
Bret Breneman ………………………………….. 64

THE POETIC ARTISTRY OF QURRATU’L AYN: (TÁHIRIH) A BABI HEROINE
Rivanne Sandler ………………………………… 65

MAN – Poem
Audrie Reynolds ………………………………… 75

INDIAN SCHOOL – Poem
Audrie Reynoldo ………………………………… 76

WOMEN IN DECISION-MAKING
Penny Walker …………………………………… 77

SOME MONTHS BEFORE MY BIRTHDAY – Poem
Jeff Jentz …………………………………….. 90

THE SECOND CENTURY
Stephen Whitney ………………………………… 93

SCIENCE AND THE FUTURE OF MANKIND
William S. Hatcher ……………………………… 105

A publication of the
Canadian Association for
Studies on the Bahá’í Faith

Une publication de
l’Association canadienne des
études sur la foi Bahá’íe

1, no.1, DECEMBER / DÉCEMBRE 1980

Special Issue on Health

HEALTH AND HEALING
Hossain B. Danesh…………………………………..1

THE BAHÁ’Í REVELATION AND LIFESTYLE ALTERATION
David R. Smith…………………………………….17

SEXUALITY PANEL STATEMENTS
Agnes Ghaznavi and Hossain B. Danesh…………………29

MUSIC THERAPY
Jocelyn Boor………………………………………37

ADOLESCENT QUEST FOR SERENITY,
THE DILEMMA OF SUBSTANCE ABUSE
‘Abdu’l Missagh Asghar Ghadirian…………………….43

PSYCHOLOGICAL AND SPIRITUAL ASPECTS
OF MALE HOMOSEXUALITY………………………………69

SPIRITUAL DIMENSIONS OF HEALTH SCIENCES
Hossain B. Danesh…………………………………105

MUSIC: ITS INFLUENCE ON THE SPIRIT
Alanna Robertson………………………………….121

NUTRITION — KEY FACTOR IN HIGH LEVEL WELLNESS
S. Pattabi Raman………………………………….135

HEALTH: A GLOBAL PERSPECTIVE
Victor de Araujo………………………………….153

RELIGION, SANTÉ ET MÉDECINE
PLACE DE LA FOI BAHÁ’ÍE
Guita Baghdadi………………………………….. 169
William S. Hatcher ……………………………… 105

A publication of the
Canadian Association for
Studies on the Bahá’í Faith

Une publication de
l’Association canadienne des
études sur la foi Bahá’íe

II, NO. 1, APRIL / AVRIL 1981

The Divine Institution of Marriage

THE DIVINE INSTITUTION OF MARRIAGE …….1

THE POETRY OF LOVING: FAMILY THERAPY AND THE BAHÁ’Í FAITH
Michael Bruwer …………………………………    9

THE DEVELOPMENT AND DIMENSIONS OF LOVE IN MARRIAGE
Hossain B. Danesh ……………………………….  23

MARRIAGE: THE ETERNAL PRINCIPLE
Ruth and Helgi Eyford ……………………………  35

HUMAN RESPONSES TO LIFE STRESS AND SUFFERING
‘Abdu’l-Missagh Ghadirian ………………………..  49

MARRIAGE AND THE NUCLEAR FAMILY: A BAHÁ’Í  PERSPECTIVE
Khalil A. Khavari ……………………………….  63

MARRIAGE BREAKDOWN IN NORTH AMERICA: A PSYCHOSOCIAL PERSPECTIVE
Kerry J. Mothersill ……………………………..  85

APPLICATIONS OF POSITIVE PSYCHOTHERAPY FOR MARRIAGE AND FAMILY THERAPY
Nossrat Peseschkian …………………………….. 101

PARENTAL AUTHORITY: ITS USES, MISUSES AND IMPLICATIONS
Sandra L. Roberts ………………………………. 123

COUNSELLING MEMBERS OF THE BAHÁ’Í FAITH INVOLVED IN DOMESTIC VIOLENCE: SOME SPECIAL CONSIDERATIONS
Janet Cullen Tanaka …………………………….. 137

A publication of the
Canadian Association for
Studies on the Bahá’í Faith

Une publication de
l’Association canadienne des
études sur la foi Bahá’íe

III, NOS. 1 & 2, MARCH / MARS 1983

Towards an Ever-Advancing Civilization

INTRODUCTION …………………………………… i

DEVELOPMENT: A CHALLENGE TO BAHÁ’Í SCHOLARS
Farzam Arbab …………………………………… 1

ESSENTIAL COMPONENTS OF BAHÁ’Í DEVELOPMENTAL SYSTEMS
Michael Bopp …………………………………… 19

EVOLVING TOWARDS A BAHÁ’Í ECONOMICS SYSTEM
Gregory C. Dahl ………………………………… 39

INTERCULTURAL COMMUNICATION: A PREREQUISITE FOR
INTERNATIONAL DEVELOPMENT
Linda Gershuny …………………………………. 53

SOME THOUGHTS ON THE ECONOMY OF A WORLD COMMONWEALTH
John Huddleston ………………………………… 67

RURAL DEVELOPMENT – BAHÁ’Í PERSPECTIVES AND POSSIBILITIES
Paul and Melinda Öjermark ……………………….. 81

THE NEW INTERDEPENDENCE
Lewis Perinbam …………………………………. 101

A PATTER OF DEVELOPMENT: AN HISTORICAL SURVEY OF BAHÁ’Í COMMUNITIES IN INTERNATIONAL DEVELOPMENT
Will C. van den Hoonaard ………………………… 107

A publication of the
Canadian Association for
Studies on the Bahá’í Faith

Une publication de
l’Association canadienne des
études sur la foi Bahá’íe

III, NOS. 3 & 4, FEBRUARY / FÉVRIER 1984

Selected Proceedings from
 Bahá’í International Health
Agency Conferences

1982-1984

WHOSE RESPONSIBILITY IS HEALTH?
PERSPECTIVES FROM HEALTH EDUCATION
Edward E. Bartlett ……………………………… 1

THE ROLE OF NUTRITION IN HEALTH AND DISEASE
Brian Cameron ………………………………….. 7

THE BAHÁ’Í MOTHER AS A HEALTH PROFESSIONAL:
ESTABLISHING PRIORITIES
Janice L. Cockrell ……………………………… 21

COPING WITH PAIN: A COMBINED MEDICAL AND SPIRITUAL APPROACH
Paul Jay Friedman ……………………………… 29

NUTRITION AND MENTAL HEALTH: MYTH OR REALITY?
‘Abdu’l-Missagh Ghadirian ……………………….. 37

HEALTH EDUCATION AND HEALTH DEVELOPMENT:
A BAHÁ’Í APPROACH TO INTERNATIONAL HEALTH
Ethel G. Martens ……………………………….. 47

THE THREE SYSTEMS OF HEALTH CARE IN BHUTAN
Robert C. Morrow ……………………………….. 55

SPIRITUALLY HEALTHY COMMUNITIES–
CHALLENGES, SIGNS, AND TRAINING
Elizabeth Rochester …………………………….. 61

A publication of the
Canadian Association for
Studies on the Bahá’í Faith

Une publication de
l’Association canadienne des
études sur la foi Bahá’íe

VOL. IV, N0.1, AUGUST / AOÛT 1985