Any claim that bahaism teaches and establishes equal rights for man and woman is vain and groundless boasting.
But it is evident that bahaism is inconsistent with Christianity, as indeed with Islam.
Would they possibly have shown him visions with the hope of persuading him of the truth of bahaism?
Another claim of bahaism is that of superiority to former religions.
Now it is evident that bahaism has not a fixed body of doctrines: that it has not a definite and clear system of theology.
bahaism, on the contrary, is full of the "beggarly elements."
bahaism recognizes two classes of prophets: The independent prophets, who were lawgivers and founders of new cycles.
In conclusion, bahaism is antichristian in its aim and propaganda.
Again I return to the question, "Is bahaism specially adapted to be universal?"
The cause of the latter is not far to seek; bahaism has a political scheme of its own.