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Here are the top ten articles for the Baha'i Site! These rankings are live and get reset at the beginning of each month, so check back often to see what your fellow visitors are most interested in!
1. Coming of Age in the Bahá'í Faith
What sort of religious ceremonies are used for transitioning to adult believers, like confirmation within some Christian sects? Is there a Bahá'í culture that defines child, youth and adult?
2. Listen, God? We have to talk...
Questions and investigation of Truth are an integral part of Bahá'í theology. Finding the answers that work in today's world is important to followers of Bahá'u'lláh.
3. How Can God Love Us ?
Is the concept of God only a time-honored tool of crowd management--part whip and part sop for our consciences? And if not, why is God so patient with human flaws and disobedience?
4. What are Bahá'í Wills ?
I have been updating my will and discovered that a will and testament are actually two different things for Bahá'ís.
5. Triumph over Weakness
Religion is well known for advising humanity to overcome weakness. The Bahá'í Faith is only the latest chapter in an ongoing religious Book. And right now, with advertisers and politicians and news media telling us the world is crumbling around us, we could all use some strength!
6. The Purpose of Creation
The Bahá'í Faith teaches that the purpose of life is to know and love God. Since it is impossible to 'know' an unknowable Essence, God made a Creation in which every atom is a sign and all created things contain attributes by which mankind can learn.
7. Is It Too Late ?
So, is it too late in the day to prevent total annihilation? Bahá'ís don't think so.
8. The Purpose of Religion
According to the teachings of the Bahá'í Faith, the divine religions were founded for the purpose of unifying humanity and establishing universal peace.
9. Why Teach Even the Youngest Children to Pray
"These children are even as young plants, and teaching them the prayers is as letting the rain pour down upon them, that they may wax tender and fresh, and the soft breezes of the love of God may blow over them..."
10. How Not to Waste Our Young People
Who are the potential innovators, the dreamers, the explorers, in any culture? And what world demographic is now the most prone to suicide? What are the Bahá'ís doing to save young people?
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