I know what attracted me to the Baha'i faith. Before I became interested, I was reading alot of Atheist point of view on the net on the origins of religion and how they influenced each other. Atheists use this pattern of history to DISPROVE religion altogether. However although I agreed with many of the Atheist point of views, I couldn't let go of the idea of a Supreme Being or mysticism and afterlife. Mainly because of an experience which happened to my family some years back, an Icon of the Virgin Mary crying an oil substance and flooding the window seal on serval occasions. This is why I decided to just accept Christianity fully. It's when I started looking into Christianity more heavily when by some mysterious way I was diverted to the Baha'i faith. I made a thread regarding the return of Christ in the Christian forum on this site, without any knowledge of Baha'i faith what so ever and for some reason I wrote I had a feeling if he did return he would in Iran, that’s when a member posted and informed me of the Baha'i faith. I've showed Arthra the thread before. Other wise if it wasn’t for that I wouldn't have even bother looking in to the faith I would have regraded it as just another modern cult with no respect or reason to even look into it. What the Baha'i faith does is take Atheists concepts of religion (of which are quite reasonable) and adds a theological twist to them (which is quite human and spiritual). This I think is very powerful formula for the Baha'i faith.