Religion has a common foundation

The divine Abrahamic religions of Judaism, Christianity, Islam and the Baha’i faith consist of two types of ordinances: first, those that constitute the essential and spiritual teachings of the Word of God, and second, the laws and ordinances that are temporary (such as dietary laws), which vary, from age to age, according to the needs of humanity.

Of the first type, these are faith in God, the acquisition of moral virtues and the expression of God’s bounty and holy spirit. This is the sacred core and most important, essential aspect of religion. This knowledge of God is the fundamental need of humanity. Our salvation and moral development is dependent on this knowledge, for without it, we are

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