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Hi. Other religions such as Christianity and Islam give proofs to show their books are inspired. For example the followers claim there are scientific statements in them which at the time of revelation would have not be known. There are other types of proof too.

Do you have such proof for a non Sikh to investigate please?

Thank you.

 

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52 minutes ago, Guest Car said:

Hi. Other religions such as Christianity and Islam give proofs to show their books are inspired. For example the followers claim there are scientific statements in them which at the time of revelation would have not be known. There are other types of proof too.

Do you have such proof for a non Sikh to investigate please?

Thank you.

There is proof all over Gurbani; however, Gurbani isn't some science book; Dhan Dhan Sri Guru Granth Sahib Ji is the Lord, the true Vaheguru! Also the New Age Atheists have already defeated the 3 Abraham faiths. If you want proof start with Japji Sahib, it talks about countless worlds and countless other things.

http://www.realsikhism.com/index.php?subaction=showfull&id=1248124792&ucat=5

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Guest dnt do it

U dnt need to inpress others,

i got some friends from islam who always try to make me a muslim, dnt know why all islamis are like that.

but i never argued,never debated, however i have good knowledge of almost all religions, my single statement can let quran followers feel down,but there is no need.

no need to say our guru is true or great. Time is passing by seconds and minutes, please use it for simran and sewa,

If u try to inspiring others by telling greatness of japji sahib, they will get inspired today bhut tomorrow they will come with and another question, u will answer and then another big question.

 

" Jis person di pishle janam di jinni bhagti kitti hundi hai, osde according hi osda vishvaas parmaatma te ban janda hai"

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2 hours ago, Guest Car said:

Hi. Other religions such as Christianity and Islam give proofs to show their books are inspired. For example the followers claim there are scientific statements in them which at the time of revelation would have not be known. There are other types of proof too.

Do you have such proof for a non Sikh to investigate please?

Thank you.

 

Remind us which text it is that says the world is flat.  Is it the Bible or Koran?

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The spiritual seeker doesn't need proof. You don't need proof that the 5 thieves have run wild in the majority of the population, it's there everywhere, jealousy and envy, hatred and anger, greed and they're spoken out loud in slander and backstabbing. 

Gurbani bestows upon the seeker the knowledge to be free and rid of these evils and tells us how to apply the divine knowledge to our lives. 

 

Truth is one, Jesus, Mohammed and others taught facets of it but many past teachers fell into corruption and/ or the true teachings that they taught became corrupted over years.

 

The Gurus were sent to teach the pure uncorrupted Truth again and they did. If you read their teachings, you may find that you agree. 

 

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On 8/10/2016 at 4:59 PM, Guest Car said:

Hi. Other religions such as Christianity and Islam give proofs to show their books are inspired. For example the followers claim there are scientific statements in them which at the time of revelation would have not be known. There are other types of proof too.

Do you have such proof for a non Sikh to investigate please?

Thank you.

 

Meditate and go within(the spiritual laboratory) to explore and experiment, there where He resides.

Then there you shall have first hand experieces, without the application of the senses, which need to analayze just as here in the gross creation. 

There, only a pure mind is required, and purity can only fully be aquired by doing His selfless bhakti.

Sat Sree Akal.

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