Baha’u’llah was the Prophet/Founder of the Baha’i Faith (1852-92) Who spent the entire forty-year period of His Revelation in exile or prisons of the Persian and Ottoman Empires, and all those powerful Empires wanted from Him was to stop teaching/preaching what He was saying. Thousands of His followers were put to death or imprisoned as well …. In the course of His exile and incarceration He wrote volumes on the promise (and possibility/eventuality) of world peace and human brotherhood. In this course, we will present nineteen of His major teachings explained in some one hundred volumes of Writings that He considers to be the Charter for World Peace and end to war and hatred across the globe. There seems to be a special love and place and potential mission for America to bring about world peace and human brotherhood in the Baha’i Writings.
Roger (iraj) K. Doost is a professor emeritus from Clemson University. He has an undergraduate and master’s degree in accounting plus another master’s degree in industrial management and a doctorate in Public Administration from the University of Georgia. He has travelled all across the globe and taught and facilitated many courses and seminars dealing with peace and harmony across the globe – particularly from the Baha’i perspective – praying that God would expedite His promise of “Peace on earth”.