What god(s) do you believe in?
Asked By: skorhsa 5 hours ago
I would like specific descriptions, please.
Posted by pukirahe Jul 27th, 2012 at 8:16AM
I believe in the God of Khrisna, the God of Moses,
the God of Baha’u'llah… mentioned in the Pentateuch,
the Bhagavad Gita, the Kitab-i-Iqan. They are not three
different Gods, but the Holy Spirit of the One True God
manifested Himself again and again through Ages.
The Names, the langauges, the laws… are different
but the Reality is only One. The fundamental purpose
is to tell mankind that they all come from God and all
will return to Him eternally in the spiritual realm.
Setting asides all disputes, prejudices and misunderstandings,
and read the Holy Books with independence of spirit,
we will see clearly this divine and eternal truth.
This is the Age of maturity of the human race,
so we all can read the Holy Books by ourselves
and understand them with our own minds.
Then this divine knowledge will lead all to love,
unity, peace in the unified world of One God, One
Religion and One Mankind.
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“Should you acquaint yourself with the indignities heaped upon the Prophets of God, and apprehend the true causes of the objections voiced by their oppressors, you will surely appreciate the significance of their position. Moreover, the more closely you observe the denials of those who have opposed the Manifestations of the divine attributes, the firmer will be your faith in the Cause of God. Accordingly, a brief mention will be made in this Tablet of divers accounts relative to the Prophets of God, that they may demonstrate the truth that throughout all ages and centuries the Manifestations of power and glory have been subjected to such heinous cruelties that no pen dare describe them. Perchance this may enable a few to cease to be perturbed by the clamour and protestations of the divines and the foolish of this age, and cause them to strengthen their confidence and certainty.” (Baha’u'llah, The Kitab-i-Iqan, p. 6)
One True God and One Mankind
Through One Religion