The Kingdom of the Cults - The Bahai Faith Summary & Analysis

Walter Martin
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For followers of the Bahai faith, the Bible is only one of many sacred texts. The final authoritative word is found in the writings of Baha'u'llah. He is said to have fulfilled a worldwide messianic calling, which put him equal with other world religion leaders.

They believe God is one person and they deny the doctrine of the Trinity. Jesus is only one of nine manifestations of the divine mind: Moses, Buddha, Zoroaster, Confucius, Christ, Mohammed, Krishna, Lowe, and Baha'u'llah. Apparently, God had not fully revealed himself in any one of the manifestations but through all of them. Bahai finds all these leaders to have held the same basic morals and spiritual values. The author does not see how they can be compared given the religious leaders have contradictory teachings.

Salvation is based upon man's good works and God's mercy. They...

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