Baha'i cultists remove two quotes from Ruhi Book-1 to make it more tolerant!

The Baha'i administration has been actively deceiving simple minded people to join their cult through various means, including through the Core Activities.

Ruhi Book-1 is the first book taught in a Ruhi Study Circle and introduces basic concepts and principles of the Baha'i Faith. It is designed to help "seekers" (potential Baha'is) understand the teachings of the Baha'i Faith and explore its relevance to their lives!

Recently, two quotes were removed from the latest revised edition of Ruhi Book-1. These quotes were deemed inappropriate by the Baha'i administration and were removed to make the book more tolerant and welcoming to "seekers". The quotes in question are:

"Whoso hath failed to recognize Him will have condemned himself to the misery of remoteness, a remoteness which is naught but utter nothingness and the essence of the nethermost fire."

"The souls of the infidels, however, shall—and to this I bear witness—when breathing their last be made aware of the good things that have escaped them, and shall bemoan their plight, and shall humble themselves before God. They shall continue doing so after the separation of their souls from their bodies.”

While it is understandable that the Baha'i cultists wants to present a more tolerant and welcoming image to seekers, the removal of these quotes raises questions about the authenticity of the teachings of the Baha'i Faith. It is important to note that these quotes were part of the original teachings of the Baha'i Faith and were included in previous editions of Ruhi Book-1!

This approach involves presenting a rosy picture of the Baha'i faith to attract interested individuals, while ignoring or censoring certain quotes and teachings from the original writings of the Baha'i central figures.

There is a growing concern among some Baha'is that the Baha'i administration is hiding certain aspects of the faith and only presenting a sanitized version of the teachings to the Baha'is of western countries. This concern has led to many Baha'i scholars leaving the faith, as they feel that the censorship policy goes against the principles of transparency and honesty.

It is essential that the Baha'i community and its administration recognize the importance of presenting the teachings of the Baha'i faith in an honest and transparent manner. This includes acknowledging and addressing uncomfortable or controversial aspects of the faith, not hiding or censoring them.

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