Abraham’s Whiteboard: Another Abrahamic Religion: the Bahá’í Faith
Thursday, November 4
6:30 PM – 8:00 PM CDT
Zoom (Registration required)
Since its founding in the 19th century, the Bahá’í Faith has become the most geographically widespread Abrahamic religion outside of Christianity and Islam. But what do its followers believe, and how did it start?
This session of Abraham’s Whiteboard will introduce us to the Bahá’í Faith by exploring the history of this relatively new religion and the basics of what it teaches. Along the way, we will also learn about its connections to Judaism, Christianity, and Islam.
Abraham’s Whiteboard is a monthly educational class led by Tri-Faith’s Education Director, Jeremy Fricke, on a wide variety of special topics, historical moments, and world religions. For example, a session could focus on definitions of religion or on non-Abrahamic religions like Hinduism or Buddhism. All Abraham’s Whiteboard sessions are open to all people regardless of background, but will connect the content to Judaism, Christianity, and/or Islam.
Tri-Faith Initiative events are recorded and archived on our YouTube Channel.
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