The baha'i faith is an interesting worldview. Being not exclusivistic in its beliefs it excludes no spiritual claim...except those made by Christianity, which says there is only one way to God (Jesus). Thus, as Ravi Zacharias has pointed out, the baha'i exclude the exclusivists.
Welcome to the self-destructive nature of Pluralistic thinking, the prevailing "true for you but not for me" spiritual philosophy of today. Tolerant until it encounters a contrary concept it personally rejects and accepting until it confronts a belief it doesn't care for, it is the poster child for self-defeating philosophy and illogical thought.
My next presentation in the free Essentials of Apologetics series focuses on Pluralism and examines the claim Jesus made about being the only way to God. Such politically incorrect thinking is heresy today, but the fact of the matter is, given the logical law of non-contradiction, not every spiritual claim can be right so it behooves us to think hard and work diligently to uncover the truth about whether all roads do lead to God (spoiler alert - all roads *do* lead to God - view the presentation and find out why...)