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  1. Administration, Bahá'í, by Glenford Mitchell, in The Bahá'í Encyclopedia (2009). On the international system governing the affairs of the Bahá’í Faith; a framework based on elected councils that hold legislative, executive, and judicial authority and on appointed individuals whose role is to protect and advise. Encyclopedia articles. [about]
  2. Guardian of the Faith, The, by Glenford Mitchell (2007). Audio. [about]
  3. Literature of Interpretation, The: Notes on the English Writings of Shoghi Effendi, by Glenford Mitchell, in World Order, 7:2 (1972). The influence of the writings of Shoghi Effendi on the Baha'i Faith is analogous to that of St. Augustine on Christianity, but infinitely more so. Includes discussion of the nature of exegesis, the Guardianship, and the scope of history. Published Articles. [about]
  4. Rectitude of Conduct, by Glenford Mitchell (2006). Audio. [about]
  5. Remembering Shoghi Effendi as Interpreter, by Glenford Mitchell (1997). Scholarly talk on the nature of interpretation and the Covenant, given at Foundation Hall of the House of Worship in Wilmette. Notable Talks. [about]
  6. Talks at the United States National Bahá'í Convention, by Glenford Mitchell (2009). Two talks given in Wilmette, on two subsequent days. Topics include meekness, administrative principles, the Covenant with humankind, and how Baha'i ideals will be realized. Audio. [about]
  7. Time of Peril, Prospects for Peace, by Glenford Mitchell (2001). Talk at the Baha'i Unity Center in Atlanta. Notable Talks. [about]
  8. Whatever happened to the Double Crusade?, by Glenford Mitchell (1996). Lengthy commentary on the progress of teaching and the Four Year Plan, delivered at Foundation Hall in Wilmette. Includes discussion of the travels and teaching work of Leonora Armstrong. Notable Talks. [about]
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