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Bahá'í Faith and Sexuality

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AuthorR. Jackson Armstrong-Ingram
 
Title of item
Bahá'í Faith and Sexuality
Date of this edition 1996-02
LanguageEnglish
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Posted 1997 by Jonah Winters
Classified in Essays and short articles
URLbahai-library.com/armstrong-ingram_bahai_faith_sexuality
Abstract A selection of internet postings from January-February 1996 on the teachings, history, and laws of the Baha'i Faith regarding sexuality, concluding with a discussion of some biological meanings of "gender."
Notes The first section, a lengthy informal "essay" by Armstrong-Ingram, describes some attitudes and practices of sexuality in a variety of cultures, ending with some observations on the issue in Baha'i thought and history. This is followed by a series of comments by other individuals interspersed with Armstrong-Ingram's responses to them. Commentary is offered by Linda Walbridge, Bev Peden, Loni Bramson-Lerche, and Juan Cole. Edited and posted with permission.

See also the author's Provisions for Sexuality in the Kitab-i-Aqdas.

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