I wonder how this vision of the future is supposed to be unbiblical. The Old Testament is full of promises of a time of peace when "swords will be turned into ploughshares" and men will learn to wage war no more; and 'The Book of Revelation' foretells not only the passing of the old but the beginning of a "new Heaven" and a "new Earth." The "Last Days, " which started in 1844, do not end in the destruction of the universe and the extermination of mankind. The "End, " when the stars fall from Heaven and the sun is darkened, is the end of the aeon, the age of Adam, and also the turning-point in time, the beginning of a new time, in which mankind will achieve its perfection under the law of Baha'u'llah.. Christian theology gives a different interpretation of the biblical expectations of the End. But there is one point to be noted: whereas Christians have always ventured to claim all the prophecies of the Old Testament, in allegorical interpretation, for the people of the new Covenant and for the Church, they take the same attitude towards their own Scripture with which they reproach the Jews, namely that of "sticking to the letter, " and at least in their eschatology banish any sort of allegorical interpretation. What stands in contradiction to the Baha'i vision of the future is not the Bible but the theological interpretation of it (65:3)

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The Light Shineth in Darkness
Udo Schaefer