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Explores the harmony of religion and science, the concept that the physical world is a mirror of the spiritual world, and how spiritual insight can be gained through a scientific study of the analogies presented in the Bahá'í writings.
These talks were given at the Tennessee Baha’i School (Dubose Conference Center, Monteagle, Tennessee), August 29 - September 1, 2008.

Transformation of the World

by Tom Price

The Tennessee Bahá'í School (formerly the Tennessee Bahá'í Institute) is an annual conference held in Monteagle, Tennessee, widely attended by friends from Georgia, the Carolinas, Tennessee, Alabama, Florida, and surrounding regions. It is part of the national Bahá'í schools system under the direction of the NSA of the Bahá'ís of the United States, and is one of the largest and longest running such state conferences in the U.S., regularly attended by 500 or more participants.

The talks were recorded by Don Davis, who has given to me unrestricted free permission to use as I please, and I am happy to extend that to Bahá'í Library Online. [-T.P.]

Part 1: MP3 file [54 MB, 131kbps, 59 min.]

Part 2: MP3 file [66 MB, 127kbps, 1:12 hours]

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