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On 6/22/2018 at 6:35 PM, Dsinghdp said:

Why are so many Christians becoming Sikh? It’s more than the Sikh converts to Christianity in Punjab.

 

One of the main things Christians dont like about their faith. Is this notion that non Christians are going to hell. 

Sikhism does not have silly concepts such as this. We believe all faiths are right. Hence due to our belief that everyone is equal and right. This is what draws people to the faith. 

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1 hour ago, Big_Tera said:

One of the main things Christians dont like about their faith. Is this notion that non Christians are going to hell. 

Sikhism does not have silly concepts such as this. We believe all faiths are right. Hence due to our belief that everyone is equal and right. This is what draws people to the faith. 

no we do not believe all faiths are right ...you just said we don't believe in a chosen people/condemned others

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1 hour ago, Big_Tera said:

One of the main things Christians dont like about their faith. Is this notion that non Christians are going to hell. 

Sikhism does not have silly concepts such as this. We believe all faiths are right. Hence due to our belief that everyone is equal and right. This is what draws people to the faith. 

If christians believed this about Sikhism:

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Sikhism does not have silly concepts such as this. We believe all faiths are right.

Hence due to our belief that everyone is equal and right. This is what draws people to the faith. 

Then why would they leave Christianity? when according to you they believe all faiths are right or come to this conclusion afterwards.  This would mean Christianity is right and the christians changing to a different religion would be wrong.  Too bad for Bhai lehna ji who became the second Guru of the Sikhs after leaving devi worship.  You should have been there to tell him, STOP this is equal religious police, stop singing Gurbani.  Go back to doing devi worship.

In other words, learn what Gurbani says and stop reading half baked essays on Sikhi by self proclaimed scholars and professors.  

 

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Don't know if she's a former Christian but i saw a black singhni at my local gurdwara yesterday! i told my friend and he said that shes been coming here for about 3 months now, he said when she first started coming she used to have her hair out but tie a ramal but recently she started wearing dastar. He said shes mostly in the langar hall helping the ladies do sewa, i never go langar hall so id never seen her befor, but he told me that she comes nearly everyday. 

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22 hours ago, jkvlondon said:

no we do not believe all faiths are right ...you just said we don't believe in a chosen people/condemned others

Think theres some wires crossed here. I said something along the lines that we belive all religions lead to god if practiced properly. Are you saying they dont and Sikhism is the only true path?

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