By former Baha'i: Darrick T. Evenson
There are mountains of letters, books, manuscripts, in Farsi, some in Arabic, from the Central Figures, and from the Companions of the Central Figure, that have never been published. Mountains. The Universal House of Justice tries to gather them up, for "safety" and "research". But not to published. You will find in them a few tidbits such as:
Who is the Self of God?
The Self or Nafs (Arabic) of God is Baha'u'llah.
Who is Person of God?
The Person (Temple) or Haykal (Arabic) of God is Baha'u'llah.
What is the Essence of God?
The Essence or Zat (Arabic) of God is Baha'u'llah.
Brainwashed Baha'i Scott Hakala aka David Bin Oven learns a lesson on (Subject : Contradictions in Baha'u'llah's writings)Written by Super User
Actually No. Humans are often inconsistent and their understandings are different but the reality has always been the same. I studied comparative religions as a young, devout Christian and concluded that the major religions had to have come from the same Source and the differences were temporal or artificial before I ever heard of the Baha'i Faith.
I know you are reading this and telling yourself that Bahaullah had 3 wives because when he got married he was a Muslim, and Muslims can have 4 wives! But this is wrong!
Of these times at Adrianople I have heard an interesting narrative from a Persian Mirza, in whose testimony as a witness I have strongest confidence. He was at the time a peesh-Khidmat to the Persian Minister at Constantinople.
By: Dale Husband
The Book of the Covenant is the will and testament of Baha’u’llah, which he had made public after his death. Baha’u’llah himself had commanded his followers to make their own wills in the Kitáb-i-Aqdas: