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"William Sears"

  1. Address to the International Convention, by William Sears (1983). Speaking at the first International Convention in the newly completed Seat of the Universal House of Justice (1983). Audio. [about]
  2. Applying Christian Prophecy to Baha'u'llah, by William Sears (2010). An audio-only version of a 6-part video discussion of the Bahá'í interpretation of Biblical prophecies, in which Sears demonstrates how Christian, Jewish, and other world religions' prophecies point to Bahá'u'lláh as the promised one. Audio. [about]
  3. Convincing Answers to Your Questions about ... (1962). Introductory pamphlet about the Bahá'í Faith, including brief solutions to some of "the problems afflicting mankind in what is regarded as the most turbulent period in history." Introductory. [about]
  4. Covenant Breaking, by William Sears (n.d.). Audio. [about]
  5. Crisis and Opportunities, by William Sears (n.d.). Audio. [about]
  6. Echoes from the Lotus, by Collis Featherstone and William Sears (1986). Address at the dedication of the New Delhi temple. Audio. [about]
  7. Enrolling the Masses, by William Sears (n.d.). Audio. [about]
  8. Flame, The: The Story of Lua, by William Sears and Robert Quigley (1972). Biography of Lua Moore Getsinger (1871-1916), "mother-teacher of the American Bahá'í community," one of the earliest pilgrims from the West to meet 'Abdu'l-Bahá. Books. [about]
  9. Meaning of the Bahá'í Ring Symbol, by William Sears (n.d.). Audio. [about]
  10. Memories: Bill Sears interviews Mrs. True, by William Sears and Corinne True (1951). Stories starting from 1907 in Haifa. Audio. [about]
  11. Pilgrimage to Haifa and Akka: Parts Two-Three, by William Sears (1954-04). Notes on his pilgrimage in 1954 by American Baha'i and pioneer (and later Hand of the Cause) William Sears. Pilgrims' notes. [about]
  12. Prisoner and the Kings, The, by William Sears (1971). A historical account of Bahá'u'lláh's world-changing letters that He sent as a prisoner to the religious and secular leaders between 1867 and 1873. Books. [about]
  13. Progressive Revelation and Oneness of Religion, by William Sears (1972 (?) / 2018). A videotaped talk (possibly from 1972), along with a shorter animated 2018 presentation prepared by a graphic designer for the Bahá'í Journeys website. Notable Talks. [about]
  14. Prophecies Fullfilled by Baha'u'llah, by William Sears (n.d.). Audio. [about]
  15. Release the Sun, by William Sears (1960). Millennialism gripped many around the world during the early 19th century. While Christians expected the return of Christ, a wave of expectation swept through Islam that the "Lord of the Age" would appear. This is a living history of that period. Books. [about]
  16. Remember Bill Sears: musical meditations, by William Sears (n.d.). Four musical pieces accompanying selections from the speeches of Sears. Audio. [about]
  17. Statement on Mason Remey from the Western Hands of the Faith, by Corinne True and Hermann Grossmann (1960-05-31). Background information on the claims of Remey, compiled by the Hands of the Cause of God in the Western hemisphere. Historical documents. [about]
  18. Stories from the Dawn-Breakers: For Children, by William Sears, in Children's Stories from the Dawn-Breakers (1998). Stories for children about Shaykh Ahmad, Siyyid Kazim, Young Man in the Green Turban, The Letters of the Living, and The Bab, taken from the book Children's Stories from the Dawn-Breakers, by Zoe Meyer, illustrated by Winifred Barnum Newman (1998). Audio. [about]
  19. Talk "Arise" at Anchorage Conference, by William Sears (1976-07). Address to the International Teaching Conference, Anchorage, July 1976. Audio. [about]
  20. Thief in the Night: The Case of the Missing Millennium, by William Sears (1961). In the early 19th-century there was world-wide and fervent expectation that during the 1840s the return of Christ would take place. Did this happen, or was it all a dream? Books. [about]
  21. Universal Religion and the Law of Love, by William Sears (n.d.). Audio. [about]
  22. Untitled talk, by William Sears (n.d.). Excerpt from a longer speech. Audio. [about]
  23. Wine of Astonishment, The, by William Sears (1963). Discussion of Christian doctrines such as the ritual of baptism, the bread and the wine, confession and penance, the meaning of 'Son of God', the secret of the trinity, heaven and hell, and the meaning of the resurrection. Books. [about]
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