A Faith for Today

by ed in About the Baha'i Faith
Over a century ago Bahá’u’lláh taught that religious truth is not final but progressive. Religion is renewed, He said, in every age to re-establish and apply the unchanging principles found in the scriptures of the Great Religions of the world to the needs of the present day. The entrenched powers of 19th century Persian orthodoxy vehemently opposed His message but now His Faith is spread around the world. Here in Alpharetta as in Europe, Africa, [...]
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From the Báha’i writings

Thou didst write as to the children: From the very beginning, the children must receive divine education and must continually be reminded to remember their God. Let the love of God pervade their inmost being, […]

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The Bahá’í Calendar

In July 2014 The Universal House of Justice made significant changes to the The Bahá’í Calendar. This page describes the Bahá’í Calendar as it exists now (since those changes).    A separate page discusses how those […]

Upcoming Events

  • October 26, 2019
    • Bicentenary of the Birth of the Bab at Bicentenary of the Birth of the BabOn Saturday, October 26 from 6:30 to 9:00 pm, the Alpharetta Baha'i community will host a celebration of the 200th birthday of the Prophet-Herald of the Baha'i Faith. The program will include a showing of the film, "Dawn of the Light." The Adult Activity Center at North Park, 3450 Cogburn Rd, Alpharetta, GA 30004. Map
  • October 29, 2019
    • Birth of the Bab at Birth of the Bab
  • October 30, 2019
    • Birth of Baha'u'llah at Birth of Baha'u'llah

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Random Quote

The foundations of the divine religions are one. If we investigate these foundations, we discover much ground for agreement, but if we consider the imitations of forms and ancestral beliefs, we find points of disagreement and division; for these imitations differ, while the sources and foundations are one and the same. That is to say, the fundamentals are conducive to unity, but imitations are the cause of disunion and dismemberment.

— Abdu’l-Baha