Human Evolution: Directed? provides an overview of contemporary biological theories of evolution and some of their failings in the face of a philosophy of evolution that incorporates the guiding hand of God.
An introduction to Feminist
Theory and some of its implications for Baha'i thinking.
The Guardianship and the House of Justice examines two questions arising from the Dispensation of Baha'u'llah: the distinction and separation of the Guardianship and the House of Justice on the one hand and the inseparability of the two on the other, and discusses the structure of the administrative order in the absence of a guardian.
The Bahá'í Faith: Prophecy and Conversion presents the results of a field study of Baha'is in the United States and Australia which demonstrate that family connections and social teachings are greater incentives to conversion than prophecy is.
The Remains of the Bab in Tehran includes a brief bio of Aqa Husayn-'Ali Nur and an extract from Khatirat Muhajiri Az Isfahan, "Memoirs of a Refugee from Isfahan," discussing part of the history of these remains.