The Papists

Apologetics and Evengelization
  • January 22, 2012 7:20 am
    inomnibusrebus:  Hey do any if you have any apologetics references for discussions with someone of the Baha'i religion? One of my friends at school is Baha'i and we've had a couple of discussions but they end up going in circles. Thank you guys for what you are doing by the way!


    I’ve only read about the Baha’i Faith superficially, but I’ve always found it to be a very interesting view of the world. There is one blog of a former Baha’i member who converted into Catholicism, so you might find that useful. Here’s a thread on the Catholic Forum discussing the Baha’i Faith. Additionally, here are some comparisons in table form, though I have not looked into these.

    Going from what I know of the Baha’i, one of their main tenets is discovering truth by one’s self, free from traditions and other preconceived notions (“The Independent Investigation of the Truth”). Despite their belief that this would lead to the same truth, I still find a relativist slant to that, so it might be inevitable that religious discussions end up going in circles.

    I hope this helped. Thank you very much for your support! :)

    - Kai