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The Baha'i Faith and the UN

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The goal of the Baha'i faith and its leadership is for the world to become a single super-state with Baha'i as its religion, a One World Religion. Inclusive in their beliefs and under their umbrella are all the major religions of the world "Islam, Judaism, Christianity, Indigenous, Buddhism, Baha'i, Sikhism, Taoism, Jainism, Pagan/Wicca, Unitarian and Hinduism". Baha'is view the world's major religions as a part of a single, progressive process through which God reveals His will to humanity.


Baha'u'llah (1817-1892), the Founder of the Baha'i Faith, is recognized by Bahá'ís as the most recent in a line of Divine Messengers that includes Abraham, Moses, Buddha, Zoroaster, Christ and Muhammad. The Baha'i faith is very much in line with the views of the Theosophical Society and the New Age Movement working through lectures and conferences on a local level and at the United Nations on a Global level. Abdu’l-Baha spent several weeks in the Chicago area in 1912 where He gave a public address before the Theosophical Society at Northwestern’s University Hall.


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The Baha'i Faith is a Popular Religion of Ecumenism and Political Correctness

Embraced by the United Nations and other interfaith organizations. The popularity of Baha'i can largely be attributed to its attempts to unify all faiths, prophets and the entire human race. It embraces the humanist philosophy that all religions should be embraced equally because they are not contradictory and are merely successively updated versions of the same basic religious beliefs. They teach that all religions are the result of the same God and the differences stem only from the age in which they were revealed. They promote gender, racial, and economic equality; universal education; harmony between science and religion; balance between nature and technology; and the development of a world Federal system.


Those who believe in absolute truths, such as those found in the Bible, are dismissed as intolerant and an obstacle to world peace. Baha'i grew out of Islam, and is in fact a stepchild of the Islamic faith. Rather than naming Muhammad as the greatest of the prophets as the Muslims do, Baha'is hold Baha'u'llah to be the greatest of the prophets. Baha'i was started in 1844 when Mizra Ali Muhammad "the Bab" proclaimed he was the greatest manifestation of God yet to appear.


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The Bab is purported to be a Direct Descendant of Muhammad

and the fulfillment of the scriptures of all of the world's religions. During his brief 6 year ministry, he taught of another manifestation that would follow similar to the role of John the Baptist. This manifestation would be even greater than he, and in 1863 Mirza Husayn Ali proclaimed that he was the Great prophet the Bab had spoken of. Mirza Husayn Ali took the title of "Baha'u'llah" (the Glory of God) and his followers were called Baha'is. 


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Baha'u'llah viewed Himself as the Fulfillment of the Coming of Maitreya

the Buddha from the Buddhist scripture, the Krishna for the Hindus, and a fulfillment of "the Day of God" from the Muslim Qur'an. In fact the Baha'is believe all of the world’s religions have pointed to the coming of Baha'u'llah, and that during his era, a promised reign of peace will be established. Thirty years after proclaiming himself to be the fulfillment of all religions, Baha'u'llah died and leadership was passed to his son Abbas Effendi also known as Abdul-Baha and "the Master" who worked as an interpreter for his fathers many writings.


He is responsible for bringing the Baha'i faith to the U.S. The Universal House of Justice is a nine-person board that applies the laws of Baha'u'llah and is made up of elected representatives. The first UHJ was comprised of Baha'i who represented Judaism, Christianity and Islam. The Baha'i temple in Wilmette, Illinois is a nine-sided building representing the world's nine living religions and is a combination of synagogue, mosque, and cathedral, symbolizing the unity of all religions. It's no wonder Baha'i is promoted vigorously by the U.N. and plays a major part in all United Nations spiritual events.


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Baha'i Literature Proclaims the Following:

National rivalries, hatreds, and intrigues will cease, and racial animosity and prejudice will be replaced by racial amity, understanding and cooperation. The causes of religious strife will be permanently removed, economic barriers and restrictions will be completely abolished, and the inordinate distinction between classes will be obliterated. Destitution on the one hand, and gross accumulation of ownership on the other, will disappear. The Encyclopedia Britannica lists Baha’i as the second-most widely spread independent religion in the world, after Christianity.


With Haifa, Israel as the site of its International Headquarters, its strong presence in the United Nations, and within other international groups, Baha’i is in a position to play a prominent role in the fulfillment of end times prophecy. In fact, they state in their literature that their goal is to do just that. They eagerly await the man who will usher in global peace (known to Christians as Antichrist), and hold as one of their central missions the establishment of a united global commonwealth that will control all things political, financial, and spiritual.


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The Deception of the End Times will involve the Worldwide Worship of the Antichrist

and it will be an Ecumenical, Interfaith Religion much like the Baha’i faith. There are nearly 130 agencies and organizations operating within the UN system, each overseeing programs that require vast sums of money and massive bureaucracies to operate. These UN programs are all strategic parts of a plan to achieve global governance and eliminate national sovereignty from the planet. These programs are seldom covered in the world’s media and are able to operate outside of the awareness of the public they hope to govern.


Most Christians would be shocked to know how deeply involved the United Nations is in the spiritual agenda of the interfaith movement. The Baha'i community has, as a duly accredited non-governmental organization, long worked closely with the United Nations, supporting many of its goals and programs, and taking a leadership role in several international gatherings. Its involvement in the United Nations dates back to the founding of the UN in 1945. In 1947, the Baha’i communities of the United States and Canada were recognized by the UN Department of Public Information, and the next year, the Baha’i International Community itself was recognized by the UN DPI as an international non-governmental organization.


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The Baha’i Faith was Granted Consultative Status with the UN Economic and Social Council

In 1970 allowing for a greater degree of interaction with the Council and its subsidiary bodies. Since then they have also been granted consultative status with the United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF), and relationships with the many UN bodies have deepened and expanded over the years to include the World Health Organization, the United Nations Environment Programme, UNIFEM and many other religious, environmental and social programs within the UN.


Just as the United Nations believes that a New World Order is just around the corner, the Baha’i believe the human race is nearing the next stage in their Trans-humanist and Spiritual Evolution, a phase that brings us one rung higher on the evolutionary ladder toward world peace and utopia. They use their voice at the United Nations to convince global leaders of the need for a spiritual element in the development of the new world order. The Baha’i “incarnation of God”, Abdu’l-Bahá, said, “religion is the greatest of all means for the establishment of order in the world.”


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They Refer to the Organized Religions of Today as “stuff of history

and claim that these religions of exclusivity, intolerance, and perversions of truth are the root of all evil and the cause for all of the world’s social, political, and economic ills. They blame the resurgence of “fanatical religious fervor” occurring across the globe for what they call a “dying convulsion that is undermining the spiritual values which are conducive to the unity of mankind”.


The Baha’i faith sees the United Nations as the vessel by which the unifying of the world’s religions into one faith will come to fruition. Their plan for the future of our world and the role of the United Nations and a regionalized world, are an eerily complete and detailed picture of Bible prophesy. It calls for no less than the reconstruction and the demilitarization of the whole civilized world and they also promote a redistribution of wealth and a communist system of government that would be able to bring about this leveling of the playing field.


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At the World Summit on Sustainable Development

in August 2002, the Baha’i Community wrote, despite significant achievements, the United Nations has yet to grasp fully both the constructive role that religion can play in creating a peaceful and prosperous global order, and the destructive impact that religious fanaticism can have on the stability and progress of the world. While the United Nations’ human rights machinery has been used to condemn religious intolerance and persecution.


UN development policies and programs have hardly begun to address religious bigotry as a major obstacle to peace and well-being. The Baha’is won’t be satisfied until Bible-believing Christians join them in believing that all paths lead to God, and all claims to truth are silenced. In response to what they call religious fanaticism, they suggest that religious leaders need to “work untiringly to exorcise religious bigotry and superstition from within their faith traditions and renounce claims to religious exclusivity and finality”.


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Who decides what is Superstition and what is Truth?

Abdul’-Bahá, the Baha’i “incarnation of God”, in “The Promulgation of Universal Peace”, defined superstition as “beliefs and opinions that are found contrary to the standards of science; for the antithesis of knowledge is ignorance, and the child of ignorance is superstition.” The Baha’i make no distinction between the government and private citizens when condemning intolerant religious speech and expression.


Ultimately, the creation of a peaceful and just global civilization, in which the diverse peoples of the world live in harmony will require a significant reorientation of individual and collective goals and a profound transformation in attitudes and behaviors. They suggested the foundation within the United Nations system of a permanent religious forum.


Their proposal states only those religious leaders who make it clear to their followers that prejudice, bigotry and violence have no place in the life of a religious person should be invited to participate in the work of this body. A belief in the Bible as absolute truth puts you in the category of intolerant and would make you guilty of prejudice.


references      Contender Ministries        Bahai United Nations        Bahai International Organizations



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