Bahaâ€™ism bond with Christianity
The evangelical Christianity has supported the deviant cult of Bahaâ€™ism since the emergence of the deviant Colonial Bahaâ€™i cult; for instance, Shoqi Effendi has studied in the Christian educational centers.Â The deviant cult of Bahaâ€™ism has resembled to the evangelical Christianity such as opposing to Islam and Shiism.
Bahaâ€™is believe that Islam has been abolished and call it as antique religion and the evangelical Christianity rejects the spiritual and heavenly aspect of Islam, too.
The Western Christian countries have backed these two cults which indicates the bond between Christianity and Bahaâ€™ism politically.
It will be worthy for a common gumption between Bahaâ€™ism cult and the evangelical Christianity after the victory of the Islamic Revolution to be mentioned.
A person called â€œQadimiâ€, one of the members of the national Iranian Bahaâ€™i assembly visited â€œRobert praiverâ€ â€“the representative of the worldwide church councils- and the people in charge of the American embassy in Tehran frequently.
At that sensitive conditions; that is the victory of the Islamic Revolution called crisis by the Bahaâ€™is, Robert and the heads of the deviant cult of Bahaâ€™ism selected two options to be got rid of the crisis: 1- Taking measures through the worldwide Christianity council 2- Acting through another path: The human rights committee in the United Nations. So, the church heads and the Western political people in charge supported and backed Bahaâ€™ism. Clearly stated, the worldwide church councils and the priest Paiver played key roles between Bahaâ€™is and the American embassy.
It is interesting to be noted that the first American group which supported Bahaâ€™ism was the Christian preachers and the American evangelical priests in Azarbayjan, Iran.
Indeed, when Naseruddin was the prince and after the failure of Ali Muhammad Bab, Bab was exiamined mentally by an English Christian physician called Cormick and two Iranian physicians. This event was a turning point in the relations between these two cults.
Also, famous Bahaâ€™i education in the American schools can decode the bond between Bahaâ€™ism and Christianity:
Shoqi Effendi has educated in the American college in Beirut when he was young.
Dr. Habib Allah Khodabakhsh Moayyed, an Iranian Jewish Bahaâ€™i who educated in the American school of Hamadan city. He continued his education in the American college in medicine. He selected the subject â€œBahaâ€™ismâ€ as his research title to enter the American college The title had been suggested by the college managers.
Habibullah Einul Molk, Hoveydaâ€™s father was another Bahaâ€™i person who was educated in the American school in Beirut. He was the prime minister in Pahlavi dynasty. He tried hard to proselytize for Bahaâ€™ism.
It is interesting to be noted that the evangelical network are backing the deviant cult of Bahaâ€™ism and call it as a religion.
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