Originally posted by kambiz999Hello again RM,What you are...

  1. RM
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    Thank you Kambiz999 for the reply especially regarding the importance of Mohammad in his time/place


    I note that the Baha'i also have a version of the Hadiths, the writings of the pilgrims,


    but from my understanding the Baha'i do not consider them authoritative to avoid the horrendous problems faced in the preceding source materials found in Islam. 


    Is the only authority considered legitimate regarding the pilgrims if it only directly correlates with Baha'i text?


    Regards RM

 
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