To David Waltz -
In response to his being open to Bahai'ism and stating that he is "testing the spirits", and "checking the fruits", etc. to see if it is true, etc.
"open to the possibility that "Bahai'ism is true" here;
"testing the spirits" and "checking the fruits" (posted by John at 3:58pm)
How can you "test the spirits" (as if it might be true) of something that is non-Christian from the get-go, (and by nature says that Islam was a further development of Christianity - which is impossible and contradictory) since you just said you believed in the Deity of Christ - doesn't make sense at all!
If you have the Spirit of Christ, you can immediately tell that Bahai'ism is a non-Christian religion and a false system and evil (1 Cor. 2:10-16) and it's desire for unity/peace and its message of universalism/Unitarianism is similar to the ungodly desire for unity at the expense of truth at the Tower of Babel - Genesis 11.
If you know Christ as the only way, the only mediator, Savior, and Lord, (and that necessitates the doctrine of the Trinity and the revelation of Christ and His work in the NT being the "final word" = Hebrews 1:1-3; also Jude 3); why would you want to be "open" to anything else?
Someone who knows Christ truly does not seek anything else. Jesus Christ is the treasure and the goal and the truth and the joy! How can you be hungry or thirsty for something else?
There is nothing to add to Christ.
And also Bahai'ism not only "adds", but has to completely re-interpret everything of the Bible and sound Christian doctrine.
Christ is enough; He is the satisfaction - John 7:37-39
If you have truly drunk the water that Christ gives; you would not thirst for something else - Sola Christus!
"whoever drinks of the water that I shall give him will never thirst"
The one who has truly drank from Christ, will "Never thirst" again for something else!
John 6:35 (New American Standard Bible)
Jesus said to them, "I am the bread of life; he who comes to Me will not hunger, and he who believes in Me will never thirst."
Have you ever considered that you could be falling into the trap described by 2 Timothy 3:7 - "always learning but never able to come to the knowledge of the truth?"