sorry I forgot to reply to this. On the practical side, I would say while the Baha'i faith does have a mystical, or at least poetic side (books like Seven Valleys), it mostly deals with practicalities and does not really enter into the "Is god so powerful that He can make a stone that He Himself cannot lift. Ha got him now!"- (George Carlin, Class Clown) debates. Also, similar to Islam and Judaism, God is not personified within Baha'i writings. God is genderless, without beginning or end, and essentially unknowable save for by knowing these aforementioned messengers, or Manifestations. Not entirely that different from the Stoic concept of "The Logos" or the Christian Logos from the Gospel of John. Hope that helps. These are just my understands of it. As proselytism is forbidden in this religion, I try to er on the side of caution when discussing things about it.