Perspectives, principles, and practice of Bahá'í families.
When two people marry they set about creating a family unit. Each one has an idea of what a family should be. Where do these ideas come from?
Bahá’ís derive their understanding of marriage from the Bahá’í Writings, a priceless storehouse of divine guidance.
Patricia Wilcox – teacher, family counsellor, and mother of five, draws on the teachings of the Bahá’í Faith to provide an insight into the development of happy, strong and united families. In particular she looks at:
- marriage as a ‘fortress for well-being’
- unity and diversity within the family
- the equality of men and women
- the family in transition
- the education of children, and
- consultation as a tool for progress
Author: Patricia Wilcox.
Format: Softcover book; 13 x 20 cm; 180 pages.
Publisher: George Ronald Publisher, 1991.