I like what Udo Schaefer had to say in his book entitled “the light shineth in darkness”. Sorry but footnotes are excluded since it would simply take too much time I don’t have to include them. The following expresses the principle that religions have their season of springtime, summer, fall, and winter.A problem for Baha'is in bringing peace is that they don't believe in the "oneness" of religion. They believe all the other religions are off track.
“...we cannot perceive what the essence of religion is and what it has the power to achieve if we examine the traditional great religions in their present form. They have achieved much but have reached an end to their road; they were the foundation of great cultures and for thousands of years they were the guiding-star of millions of people in their everyday life and activities. But during the course of history thy have also accumulated large amounts of historical ballast. They have moved a long way from their origin and are burdened with their followers’ misdeeds and cravings for power. They are no pleasant sight today, least of all to young people, who no longer see in these religions the ‘salt of the earth’ as Jesus called his disciples, but rather the ‘opium of the people’ (Karl Marx). And one is easily inclined to pass judgment on religion as a whole, and to see in it an anachronism of past times, long since overcome, like the belief in demons in former times. But a withered plant does not give us the faintest idea of its blossoming time. In reality, religions are the ‘light of the world’ and, according to Baha’u’llah’s teachings, the foundation of human culture. It is important to understand that they are as necessary for mankind as sunlight for the plant. Without divine revelation, there would be neither progress nor culture: “Were this revelation to be withdrawn, all would perish.’ Page 25-26.
I don’t think God inspiring writers are equivalent to what Jesus Christ, or any other Manifestation of God or Prophet is, Who are empowered to bring forth a Revelation from God. They simply don’t have the same connection to God as Prophets do. If you blame God if Baha’is are correct then how can you be referring to a real God? If a real God exists only blame could be leveled at humans since they are very prone to error or worse.The gospel writers all say that people saw the risen Jesus. Did they? Baha'is say they meant the story about Jesus having physically come back to life were meant to be taken figuratively. So for 2000 years Christians that believe Jesus literally rose from the dead have been wrong? I don't blame them. I blame God... if the Baha'is are correct. God "inspired" those writers to write a story down about the resurrection of Jesus that was misleading?