22-Jan-2008, 23:07 PM
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Originally Posted by kaur-1
He he he..Oh dear!. I would take anything "madhatter" Dr. Zakir Naik's says with a pinch of salt. !!
Guru Nanak Dev ji was and is not influenced by anyone.
What this "Dr" also fails to do is mention the "sargun and Nirgun" aspect of Akal Purakh which muslims generally have a very hard time comprehending.
"In Sikhi, description of Waheguru (God) is so unique that for many it goes beyond understanding. Many times what may appear as an apparent contradiction is only due to lack of knowledge and correct understanding of Gurmat teachings. Sikhi holds Waheguru as the absolute power, pure truth, the only creator, without fear, without hatred, beyond time and limitless. He is everywhere and nothing is without Him. He is within His creation and beyond. To Muslims this simple yet so elegant concept is hard to grasp since Allah in Quran has love only for selected individuals and hates “disbelievers”. According to them it seems impossible that Waheguru can be Nirgun (without attributes) and Sargun (with all attributes) at the same time. We shall explain this concept in details so that Muslims can see the truth and correctly understand who Waheguru really is. We shall also see in this section if the so-called ‘Universal Law of Non-Contradiction’ holds true in Islam..........."
For more please read this article: Contradicting Allah - Explaining Nirgun Sargun Nature
Sikh80, no offence veerji, but I really think you should move on from this subject. A suggestion is to start doing vichaar on Japji Sahib. What do you think?
No offence meant, it is recommended that you change the tracks. There is no link between that is sought for and the copy paste. I hope in Uk we have good preachers kaur-1