The adoption of a set of beliefs associated with one religious denomination to the exclusion of others is known as religious conversion. As a result, “religious conversion” refers to the process of departing one denomination and joining another. This could be from one denomination to another within the same faith. Religious conversion “signifies a change in religious identity and is reflected by unique ceremonies” in some circumstances. Active conversion by free choice owing to a change in beliefs, secondary conversion, deathbed conversion, conversion for convenience, marital conversion, and forced conversion are all reasons why people convert to a different faith. Proselytism is the endeavor to convert someone from a different faith or belief system through persuasion. When expressing their faith with others, Bahás are advised to “get a hearing,” which means ensuring that the person they are teaching is willing to listen to what they have to say. Rather than aiming to replace the cultural roots of their chosen towns, “Bahá pioneers” are encouraged to integrate into society and apply Bahá principles in their daily lives and work with their neighbors. All revealed religions have divine roots, according to Bahás, and all faiths arose progressively as part of a divine plan, with each new revelation transcending and fulfilling the previous ones.