Sen's daily

About this blog

My name is Sen McGlinn, and I have a profile on the “about” page of my main blog, at
I use my main blog to post bits of research, mainly about the Bahai Writings and teachings, sometimes about Islam or religion generally. I am going to use this blog for Bahai news and news about religion and thought in Iran.

Alert readers will notice that I do not use an apostrophe in Bahai, or macrons to mark the long a sound in the names of people and places. This is for two reasons: I think that Bahai can be treated as an anglicized word, rather than a transcription of a foreign word in another alphabet, and because the diversity of software used for viewing on the internet makes it impossible to ensure that all readers see something dignified and legible: the apostrophe sometimes becomes a #039, and other symbols transmute in unexpected ways, producing something that Bah$&#039$s might consider inappropriate.


  1. dear sir,
    I try to read yr all books,and articles.I appr yr open minded view and works.
    bless fasting to you.

    Comment by shahram rohani — March 6, 2010 @ 15:25 | Reply

    • and a blessed Fast to you Shahram. There’s a new item on my main blog, a translation and discussion of Baha’u’llah’s Lawh-e Banu Qurayza

      Comment by Sen — March 6, 2010 @ 15:35 | Reply

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