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Can the rule of Taqrir [the emergence and presence of the Baha’i thought] be used to prove Baha’ism?

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\"بهائیتBahaismiran.com:Baha’is believe that one of the important reason to prove the prophethood of a person is the reason of Taqrir [the emergence and presence of the Baha’i thought] and there is no other reason higher than that.

Can the rule of Taqrir [the emergence and presence of the Baha’i thought] be used to prove Baha’ism?

Bahaismiran:

Baha’is believe that one of the important reason to prove the prophethood of a person is the reason of Taqrir [the emergence and presence of the Baha’i thought] and there is no other reason higher than that.

First, Taqrir in Farsi means: statement, report, making a decision, will, the final decision, terminating, passing, proving, confirming, and etc.

Be careful: One of the prominent proselytizers of Baha’ism called Abul FAzl Golpaygani writes explaining the reason for Taqrir: “If a person for prophethood and establishes a religion and attributes it to the almighty God and that religion remains in the world, this influenced and living would be the reason for living is the reason for its falsehood.[1]”

He continues: “Not in the least, the divine power doesn’t allow the falsehood to dominate and the false word to expand in the world whether for 50 years, 40 year or 10 years.[2]”

There are several mistake concerning the reason for Taqrir:

First, It is not clear for Golpaygani’s reason that whether it is intellectual or legitimate; that is the 10-year durability based on wisdom or legitimacy?

Second, when Mulla Hussein believed in Ali Muhammad Bab, he wasn’t influential among people nor persistent in his aim.[3]

Third, there isn’t any scale for measuring the extent of religion influence of a prophet; that is, how many people are needed for the reason for prophethood? One hundred people? One hundred thousand? What about the geographic compass?

Forth, according to Taqrir reason if the expansion of the influence of beliefs of a person who claims for prophethood is the reason for his/her reality, undoubtedly turning against him/her by some people will be a reason for his/her falsehood.[4] Consequently by assuming the , acceptance of the reason for Taqrir, turning against Baha’ism by several great Baha’is is the reason for Baha’ism to be false and null.



[1] Abul Fazl Golapaygani, Faraed, Germany: the national institute of Amri press, 2001, pp. 66-67.

[2] The same, p. 942.

[3] For more study refer to the article: The false =hood of the resistance claimants, Muhammad Ali Shirazi

[4] The great proselytizer such as: Abdul Husserin Ayati, Mirza Hassan Nikou, Fazlullah Sobhi and etc.

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