• Deliver This Clear Message

Deliver This Clear Message

The Tablet of Ahmad as a Practical Guide and Mandate to Teach

This in depth analysis of Baha'u'llah's Tablet of Ahmad shares the history and background of that powerful Tablet and encourages the use of the Tablet as a source of inspiration for personal acts of service.

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Product Details

  • Author: John Kolstoe
  • Format: Softcover ; 92 pages
  • Dimensions: 140 x 216 mm; 65 g
  • Publisher: Independently published, 2017
  • ISBN: 9781541384859

About John Kolstoe

John Kolstoe has more than thirty years experience of Bahá'í consultation in assemblies and committees. He and his wife Beverly have pioneered in several places in Alaska where he was adopted by Tlinget Indians and spent three years in Fort Yukon, an Athabascan Indian village north of the Arctic circle. He has five adopted children of whom three are Alaskan Indians, one Scottish, and one an Eskimo.

Titles by John Kolstoe

    • Deliver This Clear Message
    This product is not distributed by Baha’i Books Australia. Please check availability from our affiliate partner links below.

    Deliver This Clear Message

    The Tablet of Ahmad as a Practical Guide and Mandate to Teach

    This in depth analysis of Baha'u'llah's Tablet of Ahmad shares the history and background of that powerful Tablet and encourages the use of the Tablet as a source of inspiration for personal acts of service.

    Product Details

    • Author: John Kolstoe
    • Format: Softcover ; 92 pages
    • Dimensions: 140 x 216 mm; 65 g
    • Publisher: Independently published, 2017
    • ISBN: 9781541384859
  • About John Kolstoe

    John Kolstoe has more than thirty years experience of Bahá'í consultation in assemblies and committees. He and his wife Beverly have pioneered in several places in Alaska where he was adopted by Tlinget Indians and spent three years in Fort Yukon, an Athabascan Indian village north of the Arctic circle. He has five adopted children of whom three are Alaskan Indians, one Scottish, and one an Eskimo.

    Titles by John Kolstoe