My difference with the teaching of Bahaollah

Prycejosh1987

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2. He wanted people to believe in one God and not many. He has given no proof for his contention.
I agree that there is one God, a trinity. That being said its a biased opinion. Proof must be not just theological, or have higher moral value, but historical, and in archaeological ways, and also in reality and thought and in actions and reactions. Love is sacrifice, something which the Triune God has and did which no other God does. All the Gods want attention and demand respect, but the God of the bible is humble and lowly in the way He wants respect and demands attention.
 

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I agree that there is one God, a trinity. That being said its a biased opinion. Proof must be not just theological, or have higher moral value, but historical, and in archaeological ways, and also in reality and thought and in actions and reactions. Love is sacrifice, something which the Triune God has and did which no other God does. All the Gods want attention and demand respect, but the God of the bible is humble and lowly in the way He wants respect and demands attention.
A Baha'i believes there is God, There is the Holy Spirit and then there is the recipient which was Jesus. The recipien is the 'Christ', the "Annointed One" Annointed of the Holy Spirit by our One God.

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I agree that there is one God, a trinity. That being said its a biased opinion. Proof must be not just theological, or have higher moral value, but historical, and in archaeological ways, and also in reality and thought and in actions and reactions. Love is sacrifice, something which the Triune God has and did which no other God does. All the Gods want attention and demand respect, but the God of the bible is humble and lowly in the way He wants respect and demands attention.
Now the goal post has been moved from one to a trinity! Give us the evidence for one or three, whatever it is. People who have tormented the world because of faith all through the history should not be talking about love. It sounds hollow. Does God of Bible has any evidence other than Bible? How can one have respect and attention for something that does not exist?
 

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Now the goal post has been moved from one to a trinity! Give us the evidence for one or three, whatever it is. People who have tormented the world because of faith all through the history should not be talking about love. It sounds hollow. Does God of Bible has any evidence other than Bible? How can one have respect and attention for something that does not exist?
This is easy.
God the Father is known by everyone as God in concept and religious design. All religions acknowledge God The Father. They just do not see Him as The father of a son. The Son, is Jesus Christ, He is historical and acknowledged by almost all religious experts and known as God in what He taught, how He died and how He lived and was born. All this is historical. The Holy Spirit is the essence of Christ. Meaning, all the things Jesus taught and did apply and have ability with everyone who has The Holy Spirit. The Holy Spirits intervention atests to The Holy Spirit. Miracles, prophecy, Godly standards and character, etc. These things make someone christian a god (small g) in smaller senses, but relatable. How can we prove the Holy Spirit exists, by acting and displaying the nature and essence of Jesus Christ.
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All religions acknowledge God The Father. They just do not see Him as The father of a son. The Son, is Jesus Christ, He is historical and acknowledged by almost all religious experts and known as God in what He taught, how He died and how He lived and was born.
They don't. I follow 'Advaita' Hinduism (non-duality). Therefore, God and soul are non-starters with me.
Jesus for me is a made up story. There is no evidence of what he may have ever said. Hinduism has nothing to do with Jesus.
Jesus, talking of a new kingdom was a trouble maker for both, the Jews and the Romans, best to be put away. And crucifixions were common.
 
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