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There are some nice Sikhs who are doing parchar on jaats in haryana.

They are also involved in stopping the conversion of Sikhs to Christianity in punjab.

They told me that a person is given 25000 rupees by Christian missionaries for converting 1 sikh to Christianity. So it's a dirty money game.

 

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7 minutes ago, justasking said:

now tell me why would any Sikh want to convert to a cult tht literally worships a dead man on a stick a man tht was the product of an affair with a roman soldier mind you

25000 rupies and guaranteed salvation with no work. 

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4 hours ago, justasking said:

now tell me why would any Sikh want to convert to a cult tht literally worships a dead man on a stick a man tht was the product of an affair with a roman soldier mind you

Even though Christianity is wrong, where'd the roman soldier theory come from?

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11 hours ago, Jacfsing2 said:

Even though Christianity is wrong, where'd the roman soldier theory come from?

Pantera was a roman soldier who had an affair with mary and resulted in Jesus this story is backed by Jewish sources who are much more reliable and make more sense

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1 hour ago, justasking said:

Pantera was a roman soldier who had an affair with mary and resulted in Jesus this story is backed by Jewish sources who are much more reliable and make more sense

Think about what you're saying bro. Who would have documeneted that? It's a load of <banned word filter activated> bro. 

Lol. 

 

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2 hours ago, justasking said:

Pantera was a roman soldier who had an affair with mary and resulted in Jesus this story is backed by Jewish sources who are much more reliable and make more sense

Jesus was a hobbo, nobody would’ve cared that much when he was born to record anything unless they genuinely believed he was somewhat important. 

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