Leading scholars on consultation?
Posted: Sun Aug 05, 2018 4:21 pm
I've been very much enjoying the work of Michael Karlberg on consultation and creating a culture of cooperation.
Is anyone out there familiar with other academics/scholars who are also producing literature on consultation?
Re: Question about Leading scholars on consultation?
Posted: Fri Jan 04, 2019 4:49 pm
Your question about consultation is of interest to me, since I am a world religions scholar and interfaith advocate.
I happen to be available for consultation, concerning the interpretation of the Baha'i teachings,
in the context of world religious law literature and ancient history.
I am humble, yet I am truly a learned man. In other words, a Sage, or a guru of the Brahmin.
All I can tell you is that the extent of "the pearls" of the ocean of Baha'i writings is remarkable, in that they are making many subtle references to ancient history and religious law doctrines. The tablets might seem to be informal conversations or sometimes incoherent ramblings, yet those pearls of this-and-that make the case for a carefully crafted magic carpet or something.
Ask and ye shall receive an answer, O friends,
in a private message if not in the public forum.