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Explain The Bahai Religion

Can anyone explain Bahai religion? I have a co-worker who decided I needed to be preached to and I do not know anything about it or what to say to her?

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I did a paper on this in my high school theology class on the bahi religion. basically its what steve said, all the religions put together are the same. that the commonalities that unite them unite all the religions and that it doesn't matter if your a buddist or a muslim you are saved. but we know the truth. well i don't know if i helped but that's all i have.
---Lisa on 9/7/08

Kate, my suggestion is to tell your co-worker that you know, and are in, Christ. And that, since you know the Savior of the world deeply and personally, you have no need of anything or anyone else. Tell her that John 14:6 sums it all up for you and to please not approach the topic with you again unless, of course, she'd like to get to know your Savior too.
---AlwaysOn on 6/25/07

The Bahi Faith is a world religion whos purpose is to unite all the peoples and races in one universal Cause and one common Faith. As you know the traditions of almost every people include the promise of a future when peace and harmony will be established on earth and humankind will live in prosperity. Bahis believe the promised hour has come and Bahau'llah, is the great Personage Whose Teachings will enable humanity to build a new world.
---Bob on 6/25/07

Baha'i grew out of Islam. Its founder considered himself to be a messenger of God (on the same level as Yahushua (aka Jesus)). He wrote his own scriptures, his own laws and established a religion around those scriptures and laws. Baha'is say they believe in one God that all religions have a common theme.
---AlwaysOn on 6/25/07

Ask your co-worker whether Baha'is are permitted to proselytize (we're not). She might take the hint that she's being too pushy.
---Steve on 6/25/07

, the bahai religion says that all religions are right. this is not true because many religions condradict each other.
---steve on 6/23/07

I suggest you check out (the Official Site of the Baha'is) has pretty good information on all sorts of topics.
---mehran on 8/2/06

The Baha'i Faith teaches that all religions are right FOR THEIR TIME, and when their time expires, their teachings no longer perfectly apply to society nor to the individual. The Baha'i teaches that religions needs to be renewed by God, and that it does get renewed by God from time to time, explaining why there are so many religions in the world (because each religion was sent to humanity for a specific time)
---John_Mack on 3/28/06

According to the Baha'i Faith differences between religions exist on their social and ethical teachings. And those differences are due to the maturity and needs of the people they were revealed to. Spiritual teachings of religions are identical (God, Prophets, love thy neighbour, respect our parents,...)
---Marco_Oliveira on 2/8/06

The Bahai faith does beleive that all religions are equal not identical and therefore proving that no one religion is special and that all people need to unite to save eachother and save themeselves. There is no segregation or hate, often created by other religions against races, homosexuals, or others.
---Kristina_Shaver on 2/7/06

The Baha'i Faith teaches that Truth is One, the ignorant have multiplied it. All religions have come from the same Source (not that all are correct or uncontradictory in their present forms). The foundations of all religion are in harmony. You can look further into this on Baha'i web sites to understand more.
---Marilyn on 12/6/05

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