(I know that when communicating online, sometimes the way someone has typed something can be interpreted in a way which was not originally intended. For this reason, I would like to make it clear that im not arguing or debating with you ).
Yes only if interpreted through the Bahai method.
british_bahai wrote: But if a Muslim believes in the teachings of his prophet Muhammad he would come across refences to the coming of two people (namely the Bab and Bahaullah).
So, he is not shunning the teachings of Islam and is believing in the prophecies foretold by Muhammad...
What the Muslims believe the authentic interpretations are through the Authentic Hadith is totally opposite what the Bahai's believe through their sources.
We have had plenty of these discussions on this forum british_bahai. You should look them up.
Anyway, with regards to what you said above^^^ you have confused me. There is no "Bahai" way of interpreting things. Logic should be the only way of analysing any situation.
I take it youve read up on the Bahai faith, since you seem to know a little bit and have also mentioned that your girlfriend is Bahai. I just wanted to know whether or not youve come across come across 'Nabils Narrative'.
(Basically, its a book about the history of the Faith. 'Nabils Narrative' is more of a shorter or summarised version of the fuller story: 'The Dawnbreakers' [both of which are available on this site]).
In the beginning of the book there are so many little mysteries that made me go "WOW". If you havent come across that book, promise me you will ask your girlfriend about it - its history is fascinating.
I would have typed some examples out for you, but my book is at home and my memory has been taken over by academia
I will read up on the previous posts...
Have a good day