Katrina Lantos Swett is the chair of the United States Commission on International Religious Freedom and president of the Lantos Foundation for Human Rights and Justice. She is an expert on religious freedom and human rights issues around the world.
“Selections from the Writings of Bahá’u’lláh,” posted on the Baha’i World wesbite, gives various Bahá’í texts meant for reading or browsing broken down into writings and topics.
The Reference Desk’s Religion page provides resources on all types of religion.
Bahá’í Faith is a U.S. organization dedicated to the education of the public on the Bahá’í religion, its core values and beliefs and founding principles.
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Rhett Diessner is a psychology professor at Lewis-Clark State College in Lewiston, Idaho. He wrote Psyche and Eros: Bahá’í Studies in a Spiritual Psychology.
Avrel Seale is an editor and writer in Austin, Texas. A Bahá’í, he journeyed to Haifa to visit Bahá’í holy sites, and his essay about the trip was published by the Austin American-Statesman.
Michael McMullen is a sociology professor at the University of Houston-Clear Lake. He wrote The Bahá’í: The Religious Construction of a Global Identity.