abbas wrote:1. Apparently Bahaullah allowed the marriage of two wives, however abdul baha abrogated that law and said marry only one.
(I knew this was going to come up). No, I believe Abdu'l-Baha states that what Baha'u'llah said was rhetorical, because marriage is dependent on justice, and you can't show equal justice to two wives.
"C. Laws of Personal Status
a. Marriage is highly recommended but not obligatory.
b. Plurality of wives is forbidden."
abbas wrote:2. Apparently Bahaullah has said that we should be eating meat, but Abdul Baha said that meat is not the food for us because we cant digest it, or something like that.......cant remember exactly what she said.
That's news to me.
Eating meat is not forbidden, though 'Abdu'l-Baha says that it is contrary to compassion. In the future, meat won't be eaten according to the Writings.
abbas wrote:3. Apparently Bahaullah didnt prohibit homosexuality but Abdul Baha did.
No, Baha'u'llah most certainly did
indeed prohibit sexual inversion, (or sex outside of marriage between anybody):
"We shrink, for very shame, from treating the subject of boys. Fear ye the Merciful, O peoples of the world! Commit not that which is forbidden you in Our Holy Tablet, and be not of those who rove distractedly in the wilderness of their desire." Verse 107 of the Book of Aqdas
Also, revealed around the same time of the Aqdas:
"Ye are forbidden to commit adultery, sodomy and lechery. Avoid them, O concourse of the faithful. By the righteousness of God! Ye have been called into being to purge the world from the defilement of evil passions. This is what the Lord of all mankind hath enjoined upon you, could ye but perceive it. He who relateth himself to the All-Merciful and committeth satanic deeds, verily he is not of Me. Unto this beareth witness every atom, pebble, tree and fruit, and beyond them this ever-proclaiming, true and trustworthy Tongue." Bahá'u'lláh, from a Tablet translated from the Arabic, cit. Ganjineh Hodud wa Ahkaam pp. 338-339 Bahá'í Publishing Trust of Iran
'Abdu'l-Baha expounds on that and makes it clear what Baha'u'llah meant, as does Shoghi Effendi.
abbas wrote:There are a few others, but these are the ones i remember.
The answer is no to those too.
abbas wrote:But anyway, this is why my gf believes that Abdul Baha was a Prophet. Mind you, she actually teaches this in her classes of the Ruhi books.
Even if what you say is true that you have a girlfriend who is a Baha'i, and even if it is true that this girlfriend teaches a Ruhi class and thinks 'Abdu'l-Baha was a Prophet, that doesn't change the facts. This girlfriend of yours is a little confused obviously, and most certainly she will be corrected at some point. No need to worry about it.