One of the most important criteria for distinguishing the divine school from the non-divine is its approach to the belief of monotheism, which means the oneness of God. Monotheism is the most important principle of Islam. One of the groups that introduce itself as a divine and monotheistic religion is Baha'i. This article seeks to answer the question, what is the most important criterion and measurement for the truth of the claims of the divinity of religions, and is Baha'i a divine and monotheistic religion? In response, the belief in the monotheism of Almighty God is one of the most reliable indicators and criteria of a religion's divinity and non-humanity, and it has been shown that the claims of divinity and lordship of the Baha'i leaders do not allow Baha'ism to be accepted as a divine religion. Also, in this study, the responses and justifications of the Baha'is to the claims of their leaders have been discussed and the criticisms that have been made to them have been presented. One of the most common justifications is the use of Islamic mystics' materials, which, in addition to the impossibility of adapting those materials to the claims of divinity, can be found in the documents and works of Baha'i leaders.
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