Daniel Pschaida

Daniel Pschaida hails from San Diego and married into the Spokane area where he has made his home for over two years. Passionate about Spokane’s interfaith movement, the NBA, Harry Potter books, and nature hikes with his wife Tiara, he also teaches comparative religion and humanities at Eastern Washington University and Gonzaga.

Ask A Baha’i: Abrahamic Religions

Believed to be the promised stage in God’s progressive spiritual and social education of our planet, the Bahá’í Faith shares many similarities with Judaism, Christianity, and Islam such as monotheism, stories of many of the same prophets, scriptures in common, practices of prayer, centrality of Grace, and an emphasis on being called to an ethical relationship with our one Creator and Lord.

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Ask A Baha’i: The Teachings of Jesus

It would be reassuring to me to learn that the Bahá’í Faith celebrates in the Bible the inspired words of God, venerate its many prophets, and loves Jesus, recognizes Him to be the Son of God who dedicated and sacrificed His life so we may live in grace and be quickened by the Spirit with eternal life in heavenly nearness to God.

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