My words; we find that ; (but did God want everyone to be Jewish, then Christian, then Muslim, then Bahai?) (these in my humble opinion's), aren't religions, as much as they are Teachings given out by the One Creator dependent upon the the maturity of civilization at the time. IMHO; they could be considered specific to specific peoples, especially say 10,000 years ago when most peoples were in isolation and global communication was unheard of and global wasn't even a know thing. IMHO; the Teachings are increasingly more sophistatcated as Civilization (more and more individuals are able to receive advanced education, especially in the science arena.) Generally there are Spiritual Teachings which can be universal and eternal, along with social Teachings to cement social cohesion, which seem to be crafted to the intellect of the population. For example: The technology we have today would get you burned at the stake a mere 300 years ago. And even today it is extremely difficult to address equality between the sexes and how ridiculous racism is. Personally I disagree with calling the Bahai Faith a religion, or any of the early Teachings, as I see Bahai as the newest Teachings from our Creator with more to come. There is one thing and that is the Creator and it's progressive Teachings. That men have hijacked the Teachings and claimed them for their tribe, their nation.I have been learning about the Bahai Faith and have read that humanity is like a student and religions are like different grades in school and as the student (humanity) matures we are ready for new rules and teachings. Does that mean that every previous religion was meant for everyone? I can't find any clear answer, but did God want everyone to be Jewish, then Christian, then Muslim, then Bahai? Or were previous religions only meant for specific cultures?