The bahai religion they believe there is only one god

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the Baha’i religion they believe there is only one God but because of different languages and different beliefs there are multiple names for God. Baha’is believes we are all worshiping the same God just in different ways giving the world different religions. Baha’is believe in the Oneness of religion meaning that all religions are looking for the same thing from the same God and no one is really wrong. The Oneness of Mankind means that they don’t discriminate against any person. Everyone is equal in the Baha’i faith and no one holds a higher title. Baha’is also believe that one learns about religion by reading the Bible and interpreting it themselves. Doing the research for themselves is the only way to truly believe. Just listening to someone interpret the Bible is not the best way to understand. Baha’is do not meet once a week like most religions to listen to prayer and read the Bible together. However, the celebrate nineteen days of the year with a big feast and celebration. They also celebrate every holiday that all the other religions
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practice too. They celebrate God by helping others through the community. Working together is a big part of their religion and they believe “Choose thou for thy neighbor that which thou choosest for thyself.” That quote is essentially the “Golden Rule.” Almost every religion has some statement that means the same thing as that. Baha’i is a very interesting religion that shows what all the religions have in common. I think it would be fun to learn more about their faith and practices.
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