Re: Chicago Tribune Article

George wrote:
What is remarkable about the Baha’i Faith is that it has grown exponentially and remained unified.
I grew up in Downers Grove and graduated from the U of I in Champaign, which is where I became a Baha’i in the 1960s. When I was a Baha’i there were about 14,000 Baha’is in the U.S. There were 164,765 Baha’is in the U.S. as of a few weeks ago, the time of the annual National Baha’i Convention.
It’s easy to play with numbers and come up with different interpretations.

Yes George, you can play with numbers, but not all the time. For instance, 164,765 Mainstrean US Baha’is under the violating guidance of Haifa CB Central, does not 144,000 make. In other words, now that your Covenant-breaking group has surpassed 144,000, how can your group of Baha’is you follow be the promised 144,000 who are prophesied in the Bible and other religions from around the world to appear at the end times/close of the age? These 144,000 are mentioned in all parts of the world. You don’t have to answer, but please let me know when you find these 144,000 who the Hopi call the 144,000 sun dancers, also referred to in Hopi as the “Bahani” your groups numbers are now to big now to be these promised “people of light” that me and the Hopi are waiting for…

What say ye George, one of now too many?


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