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A Lost History of the Baha'i Faith

Books that simultaneously address family history and religious studies appeal to both of my literary obsessions, and hence tend to be among my favorite reading material. Several years ago Prophet’s Daughter by Erin Prophet told the story of the rise … Continue reading

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The United States of Paranoia and the Masters

Jesse Walker, Editor of Reason Magazine, has written a new book that has gotten considerable positive attention from print and electronic media, and has some insightful comments about various types of conspiracy theories and the relationships between them. He defines … Continue reading

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