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Similar to Pascal's wager, I present the following argument against the Baha'i Faith: If I, a Muslim, am right, then you, a Baha'i, will burn in hell for eternity. If you, a Baha'i, are right, then I, a Muslim, will experience temporary remoteness from God and eventually, enjoy the all-highest paradise. To elaborate, according to the Baha'i Faith, hell and heaven are not literal places, but states of being. Hell is being remote from God and heaven is being close to God. All of the descriptions of heaven and hell provided in the Quran and ahadith are metaphorical. For example,
An eye opening article: Shaykh Ahmad Ahsa’i and the Penis Tree Shaykh Ahmad Ahsa’i was widely regarded a heretic by Shia scholars. Baha’is try to portray him as one of the forerunners to the Bab and Baha’u’llah who was hated by the Shia clergy because of his connections with the Babi and Baha’i creeds that they claim were prophesized in his writings. He is held with great respect and esteem by Baha’i figures and their followers and is praised greatly in Baha’i literature. When one reads through the books of Shaykh Ahmad, it becomes evident why he was labeled as a heretic and rejected. Alth
Salamun Alaykum, Alhumdulillah we have had the opportunity to upload four lessons on comparative religion done by Sayyid Muhammad Rizvi to YouTube. Lesson One - Zoroastrianism and Judaism Lesson Two - Christianity Lesson Three - Qadianism and an Introduction to Bahaism Lesson Four - Bahaism We hope that these videos are beneficial to you and we thank you for your continued support. Wasalam, KautharWaNahr
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