Hello SPN! I have been a lurker for a while, but now I finally made an account. I have a question/discussion. My parents are very strict Sikhs, and whenever I ask them a question they get mad at me. For example, one time I asked my mom why there weren't more Sikhs in the world, and why most lived in Punjab if Guru Nanak Dev Ji traveled widely around South Asia. A simple question, which I thought did not disrespect our beliefs. Unfortunately, my parents thought so, and instead of answering the question, my mom started thinking that I "hated" Guru Nanak Dev Ji. I was astonished at this. Anyways, I was watching some videos on the universe(https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0NbBjNiw4tk) and I saw this Bill Nye video on how kdsi should not be taught about creationism. In the comments, there was an argument between a Christian and an agnostic. The Christian was talking about creationism, and the agnostic was talking about science. Then I started wondering, what does Sikhi believe in, when talking about evolution, or how the world started? Do we believe in the Big Bang, or in creationism? Because I myself believe in evolution. By the way I am only fourteen, but talk to me as you would talk to an adult. I am very mature and relatively smart for my age.