Bahaullah fits to be Dajjal and or Masih-ud-Dajjal

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One may like to join following interesting thread and my post #2042  @:

https://www.religiousforums.com/threads/truth-either-god-exists-or-he-dont.241623/page-103

Txxxxx said:

All religions do this.
Religious people all BELIEVE they have the correct interpretation of the Scriptures, but that is logically impossible since their interpretations differ….. So who really knows
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Magena ^. (word press color vivid purple)

paarsurrey response vide post #2042 

Isn’t it an admission that it is special about the Bahaism people, please?
Yes another, the Second one, peculiarity of the Bahaism people is that they just look for a pretext to quote from Bahaullah etc., and there they go. Right friend, please?
And Bahaullah was not even a Bahai himself, not ever mentioned in Iqan as such, if I missed, please quote from Iqan. Right friend, please?
Allah never had a direct Converse with Bahaullah, I did not find any sentences in the Iqan, if I missed please quote from Iqan, please.
So Bahaullah was neither a prophet/messenger of Allah nor his manifestation, never, as I understand. Right friend, please?
Bahaullah fits to be, I understand, like Paul a manifestation of Dajjal- the Deceiver and that of Masih-ud-Dajjal.
Right friend, please?

Regards

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Txxxxx said: No, it is not a peculiarity of the Baha’i Faith. All religions do this.
Religious people all BELIEVE they have the correct interpretation of the Scriptures, but that is logically impossible since their interpretations differ….. So who really knows which one is correct?
 Scriptures can have many meanings all of which are correct, but only God knows the intended meaning, and as such the Representative of God has the most correct interpretation. Baha’u’llah was the Manifestation of God for this age and as such He was the Representative of God among men.

“Know assuredly that just as thou firmly believest that the Word of God, exalted be His glory, endureth for ever, thou must, likewise, believe with undoubting faith that its meaning can never be exhausted. They who are its appointed interpreters, they whose hearts are the repositories of its secrets, are, however, the only ones who can comprehend its manifold wisdom. Whoso, while reading the Sacred Scriptures, is tempted to choose therefrom whatever may suit him with which to challenge the authority of the Representative of God among men, is, indeed, as one dead, though to outward seeming he may walk and converse with his neighbors, and share with them their food and their drink.” Gleanings From the Writings of Bahá’u’lláh, pp. 175-176

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