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Christianity The Man Who Never Died

Discussion in 'Interfaith Dialogues' started by Archived_member15, Dec 5, 2012.

  1. Archived_member15

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    There is a fantastic and deeply considerate Sikhi interpretation of Christ written by Dr Gopal Singh (1917-1990) called, "The Man Who Never Died".

    It an epic poem about the figure of Jesus Christ from a Sikh point of view.


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    _/|\_ Sat Nam

    Is it out of print? I looked it up at Amazon and it was really expensive. I wonder if it is available online somewhere.

    Thanks for telling us about the book, Vouthon ji. I hope to have time to read it one day.

    Nam Jiwan :)
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    Thanks for the article Vouthon ji. This really touched me! Nice written work! :grinningsingh:
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