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You’re Invited: A Halloween Chat on Evil — With Rainn Wilson

Radiance Talley | Oct 30, 2021

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Radiance Talley | Oct 30, 2021

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It’s almost Halloween, which means kids will trick-or-treat, teens will visit haunted houses, and some adults will watch scary movies. 

It’s interesting how the idea of evil spirits and creatures of the night seem to both frighten and fascinate people. So, in honor of Halloween, this Sunday, October 31, at 1 p.m. PST, BahaiTeachings is hosting a special “spooky” fireside chat, featuring Rainn Wilson.

Rainn Wilson is an actor, writer, comedian, and producer who is ​​best known for his role as Dwight Schrute on the NBC show, “The Office,” which earned him three Emmy Award nominations for Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Comedy Series. He also co-founded SoulPancake, a media company that explores what it means to be human, and wrote the autobiography, “The Bassoon King: Art, Idiocy, and Other Sordid Tales from the Band Room.”

Whether it’s demons, the devil, or dark forces in our midst, Rainn is exploring all things evil at our Sunday Fireside Chat. As the Baha’i writings say:

The source of all evil is for man to turn away from his Lord and set his heart on things ungodly.

If you’re interested in discussing the truth about evil and what the Baha’i Writings say about it, RSVP here.

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