Amir - Posted about 4 years ago is Koran scientifically a miracle? Alright. I am afraid I am not able to participate further in the discussion. Just to reiterate some of the points: You think Baha'i faith is a man-made faith. Hence it is not holy. I think Islam is also man made and its not holy and this was the point of the whole discussion. Now you are taking the divinity of Islam as a premise in your argument about Baha'i faith which I believe indicates you have to reconsider your logic. I don't want to force you to accept that there are no seven skies and the home of a spider is called a web. You can decide on accepting those. I have to say I agree with Richard that this discussion is unfortunately not progressing and if you still think you are not a single bit wrong, go ahead and stick to your belief. Such scientific errors IMO in Quran and many other similar inconsistencies in the rest of Islam such as in hadith and its laws (which I don't want to discuss here as you are not even convinced on the Quran case) made me perceive it to be a man made religion, similar to what you perceive Baha'i and perhaps many other faiths to be. The bottom line is that based on your quote, "Does Baha'i faith has any holy book from itself like Koran? Or it is only results of scientists?" Science is not as important to you as "vahy" (message from the omniscient God) and I think that is the difference between your world view and that of mine and perhaps Richard's.