Irfán Colloquium Past

Oct 10-13, 2013 - Davison, MI, United States

Presenters: Iraj Ayman, Faris Badii, Chew Ghim Lian Phyllis, Shahbaz Fatheazam, Sovaida Ma’ani, aharieh Ma’áni, Hushidar Motlagh, Kamran and Adib Sedig, Foad Seddigh, Habib Riazati

The main objectives of the Irfan Colloquium and its publications are to encourage, support and promote deeper and systematic studies in the Baha’i Writings and beliefs. This year’s theme is “Some Answered Questions” in commemoration of the 100th anniversary of the publication of that book. Therefore, presentations on aspects, topics or concepts described in that book will be especially welcome. Participants at the colloquia sessions, in addition to benefiting from the scholarly presentations, have a unique opportunity for associating with scholars and those seriously interested in Baha’i studies and discussing topics of mutual interests. Furthermore, they receive a set of Irfan publications that include the abstracts and the texts of the papers presented at the Irfan Colloquia as well as valuable elucidations.

LANGUAGE: Persian and English

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