Book Reviews

  1. Farnáz Ma’sumián’s Life After Death: A Study of the Afterlife in World Religions (One World: Oxford, 1995)
  2. James Duncan’s Living the Twelve Steps: Change Ourselves and Change the World (Baico Publishing: Ottawa, 2005)
  3. James Duncan’s World Awakening: A.A. and Higher Power Mutual Aid (General Store Publishing House, 2011)
  4. Michael Sours’s A Study of Bahá’u’lláh’s Tablet to the Christians (One World: Oxford, 1990)
  5. Nader Saiedi’s Gate of the Heart: Understanding the Writings of the Báb (Wilfrid Laurier Press, 2008)
  6. Peter Smith’s The Bábí and Bahá’í Religions: From Messianic Shi’ism to World Religion (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1987)
  7. Shirin Sabri’s “The Purpose of Poetry” (Journal of Baha’i Studies 1988)

Commentaries/Letters to the Editor (not all submissions were published)

  1. Letter to World Order re dedicated issue of Making the Crooked Straight (2005)
  2. Putative Distinctions Between Apologetics and Scholarship: A Commentary on Christopher Buck’s Review of Michael Sours’s The Prophecies of Jesus (to The Journal of Bahá’í Studies, 1993)
  3. Response to Moojan Momen: The Baha’is as a Mystic Community, in World Order 38:1 (2006)
  4. Response to Ottawa Citizen Journalist Dan Gardner’s article “The God Squad and Its Strange Allies.”
  5. Thoughts on “Who is Writing the Future?”: A Statement Prepared by the Bahá’í Office of Public Information (1999)
  6. To The Bahá’í Studies Review: Method in Religious Studies: Faith-Driven and Agnostic. A Commentary on Christopher Buck’s Review of Moojan Momen’s The Phenomenon of Religion (submitted 2007)
  7. Was Shoghi Effendi a Virtual Legislator? Response to Arash Abizadeh’s “Democratic Elections Without Campaigns? Normative Foundations of National Bahá’í Elections” (for World Order, 2005).

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