Who is Jesus?

Asked By: everybodyneedssomebody 24 minutes ago

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Posted by pukirahe Sep 10th, 2012 at 8:16AM

Jesus is the Holy Spirit, Who manifested
Himself 20 centuries ago to educate mankind,
and now He is returning to teach us what our
ancestors could not bear in those days: world
conditions and new global solutions.
What He taught were recorded in the Bible.
What He is teaching now, He Himself writes
down in the Kitab-i-Aqdas, the Kitab-i-Iqan,
the Hideen Words and in other Holy Books
and Tablets.
Under the Divine Guidance of the Holy Spirit
human beings realize that they are children
of God, they do His Will as taught and they will
return to Him in His boundless worlds.
Today, all individuals can read Books for
information, verification and practice.


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Abdul-Baha says:

 “In one era he is called Abraham, at another time Moses, again he is called Buddha, another time Jesus, and yet another time Mohammad. All turned to the divine reality for their strength. Those who followed Moses accepted him as their mediator; those who followed Zoroaster accepted him as their mediator; but all the Israelites deny Zoroaster, and the Zoroastrians deny Moses. They fail to see in both the one light. Had the Zoroastrians comprehended the reality of Zoroaster, they would have understood Moses and Jesus. Alas! the majority of men attach themselves to the name of the mediator and lose sight of the real purport” (Abdu’l-Baha, Divine Philosophy, p. 32)




Christ and Baha’u’llah

One and same Holy Spirit

Comes from Age to Age


Can there be a reincarnation of Buddah if after enlightenment you go to Nirvana?

Asked By: demino45 1 hour ago

I’m not being a smart-azz I just would like to know more about the Buddhist faith.

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Posted by pukirahe Jul 29th, 2012 at 9:46PM

No man can become Buddha and enter Nirvana.
Nirvana is not a place but a state of mind like heaven.
The Holy Spirit manifests Himself from Age to Age
to give mankind higher and higher education. He is not
man, He is the Manifestation of God, belonging
to a station that human beings can never attain.
The nine Buddhas, or nine Manifestations of
the Holy Spirit in the Adamic Cycle are Abraham, Moses,
Zoroaster, Khrisna, Buddha, Christ, Muhammad, the Bab,
All saints like Peter, Ananda, Ali… are highest station that human
beings can reach.
This concept of Progressive Revelation shows the real
equality among all Religious Founders and bring mankind
to mutual love and mutual respect. Other theories showing
inequality among the Prophets will never lead to religious
harmony as we wish through a resolution of the UN on
October 20, 2010.
Wishing that each individual will study the Holy Books
to verify this eternal Truth.




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The Bab says:


“Verily, we have believed in Thee and in Thy signs ere the dawn of Thy Manifestation, and in Thee are we all well-assured. Verily, we have believed in Thee and in Thy signs after the fulfilment of Thy Manifestation, and in Thee do we all believe. Verily, we have believed in Thee and in Thy signs at the hour of Thy Manifestation and bear witness that through Thine injunction ‘Be Thou’ all things have been created.”

 (The Bab, Selections from the Writings of the Bab, p. 4)




From the Holy Books

Revealed by Prophets of God

Divine Truth is found


Its SUNDAY and I love collective worship Whatever your religion do you enjoy worshipping YOUR GOD with other Believers?

Asked By: BLUEBELL99 4 hours ago

Posted by pukirahe Jul 15th, 2012 at 8:04AM

This is a great idea. Believers of various religions should come to
devotional gatherings where prayers from any religions can be
recited. We don’t need to wait till Sunday, or to go to any churches.
Individual believer can invite people in a locality to private houses,
one after the other. This practice will engender more friendliness
and spirituality of people in a community. Many of my friends have
successfully practiced this in variuos countries on the world.

Reply by BLUEBELL99 Jul 15th, 2012 at 9:16AM

Thanks I can see that is implied in the question. I have prayed “1 on 1″ with Muslims and people of other Faiths and I have often participated in mixed-faith discussion groups. I have attended Holocaust Services with my Jewish “Brothers & Sisters”. Often at the start and finish of multi-faith meals thanks will be given to God for the food and fellowship. As a Christian I am free to eat a meal with people of any other religion an with atheists ! BB



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Abdu’l-Baha says:

“Attachment to the lantern is not loving the light. Attachment to the earth is not befitting but enjoyment of the rose which develops from the soil is worthy. Devotion to the tree is profitless but partaking of the fruit is beneficial. Luscious fruits no matter upon what tree they grow or where they may be found must be enjoyed. The word of truth no matter which tongue utters it must be sanctioned. Absolute verities no matter in what book they be recorded must be accepted.”

(Abdu’l-Baha, Foundations of World Unity, p. 15)




Collective prayers

By believers of all faiths

Lead to harmony


What makes your religion better than the others ?

Asked By: zbignue 2 hours ago

I’ve been told that a particular christian religion is better than another christian religion. How can this be when they both believe in the same god ?

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Answer by pukirahe Apr 8th, 2012 at 9:54PM

My religion is the continuity, the promised one,
the renewal of all religions. It causes me to love
the One True God, to love all religions and to love
all mankind.
It is not a synthetic, a critic, a modification of former
religions. It is clearly the prophetic fulfillment of the
promise of the Holy Spirit in His previous manifestations.
That is why it is perfectly new and perfectly ancient.
Yes, no men can accomplish
such a thing except the Holy Spirit Himself.
I don’t expect any human beings to believe me, but I
strongly believe that all people who get into direct contact
with the Holy Spirit will be completely convinced, as
billions members of the human race did throughout history.
All hail to the Holy Spirit for His glorious return
in this Great Day of God.

Reply by zbignue Apr 9th, 2012 at 9:57AM

What is that religion ? It sounds awsome.

Reply by pukirahe Apr 9th, 2012 at 3:45PM

Thanks for asking. It is the Baha’i Faith, and this is the link to it:


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Baha’u’llah says:

“According to the fundamental laws which We have formerly revealed in the Kitáb-i-Aqdas and other Tablets, all affairs are committed to the care of just kings and presidents and of the Trustees of the House of Justice. Having pondered on that which We have enunciated, every man of equity and discernment will readily perceive, with his inner and outer eyes, the splendours of the day-star of justice which radiate therefrom.
The system of government which the British people have adopted in London appeareth to be good, for it is adorned with the light of both kingship and of the consultation of the people.” (Baha’u’llah, Tablets of Baha’u’llah, p. 92)


Is the living God
Young enough to give Teachings
On digital science?


Whats your favorite religion?

Asked By: boookah 10 hours ago

Answer by pukirahe Mar 29th, 2012 at 8:13AM

There are no favorite religions and false religions.
There is only one religion from the One True God
that He renews once in about one millennium
in order to guide mankind closer and closer to Him.
Today, each and all individuals can look for this religion
on the Internet without depending on other people.
I believe that the love of God will win over all evil distractions.

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Abdul-Baha says:

“I hope that, as this century is a radiant century and this age a merciful age, the human world will become united and the standard of the solidarity of the human race will be hoisted in Paris; for Paris is a center of refined civilization and has advanced marvelously along the path of science. Paris is like unto a lamp and the light will be the realization of the brotherhood of man. I hope that this light will be ignited in the lamp and that like unto a brilliant star it will shed its benign rays of unity on all religions.”
(Abdu’l-Baha, Divine Philosophy, p. 186)


Religions of God
One and the same divine love
Permeating all worlds


Do you believe in the jesus story?

Asked By: PerfectionsLieWithinFlaws 1 hour ago

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Answer by pukirahe Mar 28th, 2012 at 9:44PM

Jesus is the real Personality Who gives
the water of life to billions of bodies and
the fire of eternal life to billions of souls in
history like Khrisna, Buddha, Baha’u’llah…
Today, we have all Holy Books and history books
on the Internet for generations to come to
learn about this Truth and to return to the Almighty God.
I am thankful to God for His Revelations and for the Inernet.

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Baha’u’llah says:

“I find England awake; there is spiritual life here. But your poor are so very poor! This should not be. On the one hand you have wealth, and great luxury; on the other hand men and women are living in the extremities of hunger and want. This great contrast of life is one of the blots on the civilization of this enlightened age.”
(Abdu’l-Baha, Abdu’l-Baha in London, p. 91)


London Rome NewYork
Do you hear the Voice of God
About injustice?!


How do you know that the Bible is the word of God?

Asked By: EsperDragon 3 hours ago

How do you know that it is not just a work of fiction mixed with fact?

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Answer by pukirahe Mar 27th, 2012 at 9:51PM

Because its spiritual teachings correspond miraculously
to the teachings in other Holy Books like the Bhagavad Gita,
the Quran, the Kitab-i-Iqan… The sincere learners and applicants
of these Books are great saints beyond the rest of all mankind.
There are innumerable differences in the activities of the believers,
but in the essence they pursuit the embodiment of virtues such as
love, trustworthiness, sincerity, purity, mercy…
And therefore, I admirably respect religious people who
translate the verses of their Holy Books into actions.

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Baha’u’llah says:

“Consider a pearl which shineth by virtue of its inherent nature. If it be covered with silk, its luster and beauty will be concealed. Likewise, man’s distinction lieth in the excellence of his conduct and in the pursuit of that which beseemeth his station, not in childish play and pastimes. Know that thy true adornment consisteth in the love of God and in thy detachment from all save Him, and not in the luxuries thou dost possess. Abandon them unto those who seek after them and turn unto God, He Who causeth the rivers to flow.”
(Baha’u’llah, The Summons of the Lord of Hosts, p. 57)


Holy Books from God
Foundation of perfections
For all human race


What are the similarities between Judaism and Christianity?

Asked By: pukirahe 2 years ago

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Mar 16th, 2012 at 05:25AM
Year of Dragon, Day 54

I believe that both the Torah and the Bible
are two Chapters of the Mother Book from
One True Religion of God, in the Adamic Cycle
like other Chapters such as
Dhammapada, Bhagavad Gita, Quran.

Best Answer by singer1960 (Chosen By Asker):
Jul 17th, 2009 at 9:22AM

We both believe in the same God….and we both are waiting for the Messiah…It is just that the Christians are waiting for him to come again….and the Jews are waiting for him to come….We have part Two of the Bible…and they have just Part one…What we call the Old testament….
And the Jews have many more Laws than we do….But they do have the ten that we do…It is just that they have more…Like do not eat Pork…..
and I so love my ham and eggs

Posted by whowasthatmaskedman
Jul 15th, 2009 at 11:12AM

Christians believe Jesus was/is the Messiah. The Jews believe he was just a nice Jewish boy who went into his fathers business. Not all that much difference really.

Posted by wiemcos Mar 15th, 2012 at 11:04AM

REVIEW: Judaism’s Strange Gods by Michael Hoffman
Judaism’s Strange Gods is a thoroughly disgusting book, not for what Michael Hoffman has written, but for what it tells us about Judaism, namely, that it is ungodly and a sorry excuse for a religion; it does nothing to worship or glorify God, but goes above and beyond the call of decency in worshiping and glorifying itself.
The centerpiece of Judaism is, of course, not the Torah, the equivalent of the Christian Old Testament, but the Talmud, the oral tradition of the Pharisees that was first written down 200 years into the Christian era and expanded upon 300 years later, in about 500 CE; and oh, what a nasty piece of work it is.
The Talmud is racist, hate-filled, and dishonest, a veritable handbook for losers who can’t win honestly as real winners do but must lie and cheat to simulate victory. The Talmud makes dishonesty an art and a science and brings it to new levels, particularly in the ways Jews are to deal with non-Jews who are viewed as less than human and expendable in the skewed, Jewish scheme of things.
For a good part of Judaism’s Strange Gods, Hoffman gives example after nauseating example of this inherent dishonesty, including how to cheat God – particularly if you are a rabbi – and do it with His imagined blessing.
Something that stood out for me was the amount of psychological projection present in Judaism, that is, the penchant to take the worst characteristics of yourself, or in this case, themselves, and ascribe these to others. For example, seeing non-Jews as unfair and not trustworthy while telling Jews not to be trustworthy in dealing with non-Jews but to treat them unfairly; or justifying killing Palestinians because “In the Talmudic imagination, the Palestinian people are coming collectively to kill the Judaics, so the Palestinian people must be killed preventively” never thinking that it was the ‘Judaics’ who collectively came to Palestine and killed the Palestinians living there.
Judaism is a two-faced religion, publicly presented as tolerant and beneficent while secretly – and sometimes not so secretly – hostile toward non-Jews and particularly hateful toward Christians, even calling for their execution simply because they are Christians and not Jews. It works hard and overtime to keep its people in darkness.
Something else that non-Jews may not be aware of are the many sexual hang-ups in Judaism, particularly around menstrual blood, with some rabbis even doing panty checks for ritual purity. Judaism is also abusive of children, with ******** performed on infant boys as part of the circumcision ritual, and sex with boys under the age of nine or girls under the age of three seen as nothing for adults of either gender.
Judaism’s Strange Gods is a 382 page condensation of Hoffman’s earlier, 1102 page work, Judaism Discovered: A Study of the Anti-Biblical Religion of Racism, Self-Worship, Superstition and Deceit, that’s meant
Posted by allofus Jul 15th, 2009 at 10:43PM
Jewish belief stops at the old testiment. They are awaiting the arrivial of the Messiah who will bring Isreal back to its glory and will rule over men forever. Christians believe that Jesus was that Messiah and has fullfilled the tenets of the law for us and He will restore Isreal in the future and will come again and establish his kingdom over us.
We are the childern of God.
Posted by FredTrellis Jul 15th, 2009 at 12:19PM
Faulty wiring.
Posted by SeekerOfTruthwife Jul 15th, 2009 at 12:10PM
Similarities; they both believe there is a Messiah, whether he has came yet or not, they both believe in our Heavenly Father and Creator, and they both believe in the commandments.
Differences; Most Christians believe the Messiah has came to where Jews do not. Most Christians believe there are only 10 commandments and they no longer have to follow them and Jews know there are more than 10 and they still follow them the way they are suppose to.

Matthew 5:17-19
Revelation 22:14

Posted by muso1 Jul 15th, 2009 at 6:51AM

Because Jews don’t believe that Jesus was the Messiah they tend to stick to the rules that were written in the old testament of the Bible eg. They don’t eat pork, they keep the sabbaths, I’m pretty sure the males cover their heads all the time etc.


Have you personally met any spiritual or religious leaders or gurus? what did they say to you? what was your question?

Asked By: artbandit 24 minutes ago

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Answer by pukirahe Mar 14th, 2012 at 4:31PM

I have met many religious leaders,
whom I sincerely love and respect.
They say lots of good things and bad things like me.
Good things: let us think good, say good, do good.
Bad things: my religion is exclusively true, celibacy
is pure, polygamy is acceptable…
I ask God questions and answers, by reading the
Holy Books revealed by His Divine Messengers,
such as the Kitab-i-Iqan, the Bhagavad Gita, the Dhammapada….


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Baha’u’llah says:

“With fixed and steady gaze, born of the unerring eye of God, scan for a while the horizon of divine knowledge, and contemplate those words of perfection which the Eternal hath revealed, that haply the mysteries of divine wisdom, hidden ere now beneath the veil of glory and treasured within the tabernacle of His grace, may be made manifest unto you. The denials and protestations of these leaders of religion have, in the main, been due to their lack of knowledge and understanding.” (Baha’u’llah, The Kitab-i-Iqan, p. 16)


How humans dare claim
Possessing all true knowledge
And act against God?


What would you say if the LORD Jesus were to appear in front of you? (Serious answers only please)

Asked By: JoyfulPromise 11 minutes ago

Answer by pukirahe Mar 5th, 2012 at 8:26PM

Luckily, I had entered the new community of the Lord Jesus.
This time He comes not only for the Christians.
As the Holy Spirit and the Comforter, He opens the new door
for followers of all former religions and also non-believers
(among them, I was Buddhist and my wife atheist).
He reveals new Laws for this Age of human maturity
and interprets the teachings and prophecies of all Revelations.
Now, He gathers all His lost sheep into the Kingdom
of Divine Unity: Unity of Godhead, Unity of Religion and
Unity of Mankind.
I really wonder why many of my Christian friends do not see Him
and Who else are they waiting for?

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Baha’u’llah says:

“We sent forth him who was named John to baptize you with water, that your bodies might be cleansed for the appearance of the Messiah. He, in turn, purified you with the fire of love and the water of the spirit in anticipation of these Days whereon the All-Merciful hath purposed to cleanse you with the water of life at the hands of His loving providence. This is the Father foretold by Isaiah, and the Comforter concerning Whom the Spirit had covenanted with you.” (Baha’u’llah, The Summons of the Lord of Hosts, p. 63)


The Holy Spirit
Returns with New Name
Why we seek old one.


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