Dr. Sepideh Taheri offered a public lecture on the Society-Building Power of the Bahá’í Faith on Saturday February 23. This was part of the series of monthly talks entitled “Creating a New Mind” organized through the Bahá’í Community of London. These talks provide insight into various facets of the Bahá’í Faith and are suitable to a wide public audience.
We are pleased to announce the next talk in the “Creating a New Mind” series to be presented on Saturday January 26, 2019 at 10:30am at the Byron Public Library.
On the surface, creation stories, as found in the writings and literature of the world’s religions and belief systems, often seem to be at odds with modern science. This has been especially apparent in the ongoing controversy generated by the argument between some religious authorities and scientists studying the evolution of species. Such problems usually arise when one asserts a literal interpretation of scripture that is essentially mystical and metaphorical. Even with this in mind, the writings of Bahá’u’lláh, the Prophet Founder of the Bahá’í Faith, and its authorised Interpreter, ‘Abdú’l-Bahá, on the nature of the physical universe are remarkably compatible with modern astrophysics. This interactive exploration is designed to help explore the Bahá’í writings on the topic of the physical universe and cosmology.
Geron holds a PhD in Physics and manages an industrial-academic research partnership with the Department of Physics and Astronomy at Western University developing new and better MRI scanners. He is also a member of the Bahá’í Community of London.
Details on the presentation by Dr. Geron Bindseil are included in the following link:
Creating a New Mind -Jan-26-2019
The next Public Fireside talk will take place on Friday, January 11 at 6:30pm in the Thames Valley Education Centre cafeteria (1250 Dundas St.) A potluck meal will be followed by an introductory talk on the Baha’i Faith. The presenter for the Jan. 11 event will be Adib Sedig. A description of the topic and the bio of the presenter appear below.
Title: An Analysis of Deep-Seated Structural Defects of Social Economy
The stability, happiness, and prosperity of the world of humanity depends on readjustment of the social economy. To this end, some deep-seated, structural defects in social economy must be corrected. This presentation is intended to contribute to social discourse about this fundamental issue. It is of importance to all who work towards the realization of a brighter future for humanity, particularly the youth.
Adib Sedig is an 18-year-old youth who avidly studies the Baha’i writings, as well as socio-economic, mathematical, and scientific subjects. Since the age of 13, he has presented at four major conferences. He began his undergraduate studies in mathematics and economics at Western University in September of 2018.
Our next public talk with take place on Friday December 14th at 6:30pm at the Thames Valley Education Centre (1250 Dundas St.) A potluck dinner will be followed by a talk on the Baha’i Faith given by Susan and Michael DiFabio.
This presentation will provide a brief overview of the fulfilment of prophecy throughout the holy scriptures. A pattern emerges in this overview, forging a prospective roadmap for examining the claims of the Baha’i Faith. Excerpts from the gospels, Paul’s epistles, and the Baha’i scriptures provide further insight into this examination.
Susan and Michael DiFabio met at Western University and have been married for 23 years. They live in London with their two teenage boys, Ethan (18) and Brendan (16). Susan is a dental hygienist at a local periodontal office, and Michael consults in the telecommunications industry. They joined the Baha’i community in 2005, both originating from a strong evangelical Christian heritage.
We are happy to announce the second presentation on “Creating a New Mind” series of monthly talks to take place on Saturday Nov 24 at 10:30 am.
Location: Central Library (251 Dundas Street)-Tonda Room
Theme: Spiritual Parenting
Title: What does it mean to raise a spiritual child?
Presenter: Renée Phillips
You are cordially invited to the Anniversary
of the Birth of
Friday, November 9, 2018
at 7:30 p.m.
Thames Valley Education Centre
1250 Dundas Street East
(Please use the back entrance)
Join us for a dessert reception and celebration
( Child-minding will be available)
*There will also be a special Children’s Celebration.
Saturday, November 10, 2018
Sherwood Forest Public Library (Meeting Room B)
The Baha’i Community of London is presenting a new series of “Creating a New Mind” talks. The first of these will take place on Saturday, November 3 at 1:00pm at the London Public Library, Beacock Branch (1280 Huron St.) The talk is entitled “Creating a New Mind: Art, Logos and the Search for Meaning” and will be presented by Sky Glabush. All are welcome to attend.
This summer camp is an extension of the Junior Youth Program that is offered in different parts of London to youth ages 11-14. The camp will provide an opportunity for the students to create strong bonds of friendship with their peers, study materials that will enhance their interpersonal, language, and leadership skills, as well as address social issues around the world. The camp will also have recreational activities, crafts and a service project!
Location: BMO STEM Centre at London International Academy, 365 Richmond street, London, ON (Room 305B)
Date: Monday August 21st – Friday August 25th
Time: 9:00 AM until 5:00 PM
Junior Youth bring their own lunch but snacks will be provided.
Please follow the link below to register: