I investigated the Baha’i Faith and discovered what it taught. Then I reasoned that progressive revelation makes sense and that is why I believe it.
I have clarity from Baha’u’llah. That is all I need to have certainty.
No, it is a sign that I do not have time to study all the older religions. It is also a sign that I have what I need in the Revelation of Baha’u’llah.
They have the spiritual teachings that individuals need but they do not have a “program” for the salvation of all of humanity. Only the Baha’i Faith has that.
You said "Science is a separate domain from religion. Science cannot prove anything about religion."
You also said "The harmony of science and religion is an essential teaching of the Baha’i Faith "
Those two claims are contradictory. I do not think you know what you are talking about. You just keep dishing out nonsense.
It is nobody’s business whether I meditate or not. That is no reflection on my character, which is all that is important at the end of the day. I will deal with my personal relationship to God in my own way. I do not need to experience God through meditation to know about God.
Bahá'í Reference Library - Paris Talks, Pages 173-176