Are you an atheist, agnosic, or believer?
Asked By Karmicjinx 31-35, F 11 Answers 3 hrs ago in Doing Good

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I am a believer and I think that all human beings are believers.
I am a believer in God, the Creator of all worlds.
A theist is he who believes in many gods.
An atheist is he who believes in his own thinking.
An agnostic is he who believes that truth cannot be ascertained.
A pantheist is he who believes that all things are components of God.
Let other people say more about their belief.
Here I am adding some more opinions about my belief.
I see clearly that I, and all other beings, cannot create anything; so it is necessary to believe in a Creator.
This Creator is omniscient and omnipotent, hence He preserves divine unity over all known and unknown powers within and beyond the universe. Through His revealed words in the Holy Books of His Prophets, principles and laws are taught to mankind. Through the most recent Prophet, Baha’u’llah, I see the continuous education to establish divine unity on the whole planet earth. No other powers and no other educators, can prevent this Plan or giving any greater Plans
God will send another powerful Prophet after Baha’u’llah as He has sent other Prophets before Baha’u’llah, to raise mankind to state, national, global civilization as we are witnessing.
With all my potentialities, I will keep on learning about God and cooperating with other people in this Divine Plan.
This process of progressive civilization will continue eternally.

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Baha’u’llah says:

It is clear and evident that when the veils that conceal the realities of the manifestations of the Names and Attributes of God, nay of all created things visible or invisible, have been rent asunder, nothing except the Sign of God will remain — a sign which He, Himself, hath placed within these realities. This sign will endure as long as is the wish of the Lord thy God, the Lord of the heavens and of the earth. If such be the blessings conferred on all created things, how superior must be the destiny of the true believer, whose existence and life are to be regarded as the originating purpose of all creation.
(Baha’u’llah, Gleanings from the Writings of Baha’u’llah, p. 140)


All true believers
Are happy in God’s guidance
And His protection


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