Re: Adding Baha'u'llah to Christ

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Posted by Rob ( on May 28, 2002 at 02:43:25:

In Reply to: Re: Adding Baha'u'llah to Christ posted by Vincent on May 27, 2002 at 17:59:32:

Yes, in a real sense, a Baha'i,being a believer in the Divinity of all the Messengers sent by God aforetime, can be considered a Jew, a Christian, a Moslem, and so forth. Similarly, a Christian may be considered to be a Jew with a twist. Of course, the twist we are all speaking of is recognition of the a Messenger of God Who always calls upon His following to accept the previous Messengers as valid and to adhere to whatever teachings He retains from the previous Messenger(s) as well as to abide by any new teachings, some of which may abrogate previous teachings. So it was with Christ, so it has been with Baha'u'llah, being They are one and the same in the Authority of Their Spiritual Station as a Manifestation of God.

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