Pathways to Transformation
The Bahá'í Journey
A guide sourced directly from the Bahá'í writings that outlines the potential path of personal, spiritual and social transformation found in the Bahá'í teachings. As such, this book constitutes an invaluable selection of statements on individual spiritual development, Bahá'í history and administration, and Bahá'í approaches to revitalizing the social order.
Author: John Davidson.
Format: softcover book, 35 pages.
Publisher: Bahá'í Publications Australia, 2001.
“Outlines the potential path of personal, spiritual and social transformation that is to be found in Bahá'í teachings. As such, it constitutes an invaluable selection of statements on individual spiritual development, Bahá'í history and administration, and Bahá'í approaches to revitalizing the social order.” ~ Dr Graham Hassall
“Great when researching what the Bahá'í Writings have to say about the various issues current in society! The layout and style is an asset and has made my research… a breeze! Strongly recommended to anyone who is completing any form of investigation or study of the Bahá'í Faith.” ~ Ms Venus Rahmani
“Assists readers in their individual and collective journey towards creation of a spiritually-based and intellectually-oriented global civilization which is the natural stage of development of humankind in our universal age.” ~ Dr Sirus Naraqi
“Comprehensive introduction and valuable reference work for students as well as scholars of personal and community development. The principles and patterns of development identified in broad vision here are universal, power and relevant." ~ Dr Marjorie Tidman
“As a youth in a western country, it is evident to me that society, and indeed humanity is in desperate need of ‘transformation’. This book systematically addresses this need, and offers a spiritually based framework that is so coherent and comprehensive…and in outlining this, celebrates that although people are inherently different, we simply cannot ignore the common thread; that we are essentially spiritual beings.” ~ Mr Luke McPharlin