Whys your god real and others not?

Asked By: beached2000 4 hours ago

Answer by pukirahe Apr 24th, 2012 at 6:05AM

There is only One True God.
He is God, and there is no other God but Him.
He is Supreme Creator and Sustainer of all worlds.
He is the God of Abrahamic Religions.
He is the God of Zoroaster, Khrisna, Buddha,
the Bab and Baha’u’llah and all Prophets Who
are the Manifestations of the Holy Spirit.
So there is no such thing as my god and their god;
the God that I believe is the God of all Revelations,
all beings, all mankind.
I do not believe in any other gods; I only concentrate
my worshipping and serving the One True God of all worlds,
and I cannot conceive any other gods who are equal, lower or higher
than this Supreme God; otherwise He Himself is not God too.

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Baha’u’llah says:

“This is, truly, that which the Spirit of God hath announced, when He came with truth unto you, He with Whom the Jewish doctors disputed, till at last they perpetrated what hath made the Holy Spirit to lament, and the tears of them that have near access to God to flow. Consider how a Pharisee who had worshipped God for seventy years repudiated the Son when He appeared, whereas one who had committed adultery gained admittance into the Kingdom. Thus doth the Pen admonish thee as bidden by the Eternal King, that thou mayest be apprised of what came to pass aforetime and be reckoned in this day among them that truly believe.” (Baha’u’llah, The Summons of the Lord of Hosts, p. 69)


He is One True God
Hence one divine religion
One human family



Don’t you just hate religious fanatics on this site?

Asked By: thinkingalot 3 hours ago

Good Question? (15)

Answer by pukirahe Apr 23rd, 2012 at 4:49PM

It seems that we love all good things and hate the bad ones.
If this can be done wisely, we already have paradise.
Reality shows that, most of us don’t see the universal good,
but we only accept what we consider as good. And this assumption
differs tremendously from individual to individual.
Therefore, we need patient learning to establish relative
harmony for the civilized existence of our intelligent nature.
Perhaps, the foundation for all good is selfless love,
and it is really hard to get consent among all of us about
this most important subject.

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Abdul-Baha says:

“In the world of beings, some have specialized in statesmanship, some in morals, others in commerce, agriculture, art, politics, laboratory work, or industrial activities, for these are the outer expression of spiritual, philosophical and scientific faculties. In brief, each individual expresses himself through some special occupation; but one does not hold the others in condemnation.”
(Abdu’l-Baha, Divine Philosophy, p. 96)


Relative progress
Might be achieved gradually
Through education


Is Q&A an appropriate place to express doubt about religion? I’ve noticed a lot of hateful responses…

Asked By: OneHungryPika 3 hours ago

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Answer by pukirahe Apr 23rd, 2012 at 4:33PM
Year of Dragon, Day 93

I think that we are fee to show our doubt
on religion, science, philosophy… and on
anything else.
We are also free to respond positively, negatively
or ignorantly.
And we are free to like or dislike any questions
and answers. No one has the rights or authorities
to tell others to behave this way or that way.
Perhaps, this is the most civilized forum,
where all individuals can come to learn new
things from human beings in the spirit
of mutual love and mutual respect. In this
atmosphere of love without judgment, we will
grow and mature as a family of noble children
of the One True God.
As for my progress, I must judge only myself.

Experienceproject Q&A

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Abdul-Baha says:

“The belief of the friends of God is quite different. They believe that one must affiliate with all, love all humanity and seek ever to better its condition. God is one, the true shepherd of all creation. Let us be kind to every one in order to unify the world and spread affection abroad.” (Abdu’l-Baha, Divine Philosophy, p. 97)


We are all born good
Education nurtures life
In Divine Unity

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