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Firm Foundations: The Integral Role of Education in Bahá'í Teaching

It is not popular to point out that some things require a minimum standard of education. Education itself ("the banking model") has become obsolete in some circles. But the Baha'i Faith is clear that teaching requires education. "A great harm is done by starting to teach without being firmly grounded in the literature". We would not expect a child to be an engineer or doctor, and yet we expect the someone to become a spiritual physician after a weekend workshop.

What Constitutes Sufficient Bahá'í Teaching Education?

How Does One Begin Bahá'í Teaching Preparation?

Why Is Continuous Learning Essential for Bahá'í Educators?

Can One Teach Bahá'í Faith Without Formal Education?

What Is the Role of Study Guides in Bahá'í Education?

Is Bahá'í Teaching Merely Scholarly Activity?

How Does Spiritual Preparation Enhance Bahá'í Teaching?

What Differentiates Bahá'í Teaching from Secular Education?

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