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The review of the Baha'i Faith is ludicrous. The author takes the opinions of individual Baha'is instead of investigating the scripture of the Baha'i Faith himself. This would be like taking the opinion of an early Christian who was expressing his or her own biased interpretation and considering it the "gospel truth" instead of actually reading or hearing the words of Christ Himself. The dated first commentary (Crosby, Stills, Nash and Young, vs. Seals and Crofts...) has so many mistakes it's hardly worth going into. And then he takes at least half of the update to quote Schaffer, who seems to be anti-Pauline, when in fact the Baha'i writings state of Paul:
"Judas Iscariot was for a long time favored in the holy court of His Holiness Christ, yet he was entirely far and remote; while Paul, the apostle, was in close embrace with His Holiness."
Saint Paul, the great Apostle, said: "We all, with open face beholding as in a mirror the glory of God, are changed into the same image from glory to glory, as by the Spirit of the Lord."
"Who are we that we should judge? How shall we know who, in the sight of God, is the most upright man? God's thoughts are not like our thoughts! How many men who have seemed saint-like to their friends have fallen into the greatest humiliation. Think of Judas Iscariot; he began well, but remember his end! On the other hand, Paul, the Apostle, was in his early life an enemy of Christ, whilst later he became His most faithful servant. How then can we flatter ourselves and despise others?"
Let us all learn to investigate reality from the sources and to "see with our own eyes and not through the eyes of others..."
 

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