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Sikhism In The Western Sense

Jun 18, 2010
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I don't think Sikhism is a religion in the western sense and it ain't Abrahamic for sure.

The message in the Adi Guru Granth resembles a united front or revolution rather than a consistent revelation.
 

spnadmin

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nirgun_data ji

According to forum TOS you really should elaborate on this statement. What is evolving? What is not consistent?

Please do not post cryptic, one-liner comments as threat starters. That type of posting is considered spam. Thank you.
 

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SPNadmin Ji, you are tactful and diplomatic as always!

Dear Nirgun-data Ji

I would offer the following comments:

I don't think Sikhism is a religion in the western sense
What is the "western sense." Also curious as to why you make this statement in the first place as clearly, its roots are not in any western philosophy or movement


and it ain't Abrahamic for sure.
Yes it sure ain't! Thank God for that!!

The message in the Adi Guru Granth resembles a united front or revolution rather than a consistent revelation.
What do you mean by "United front" and "revolution" ?
As for its revelation, it is actually thoroughly consistent throughout and many times more so than most of the Abrahamic religions and Western religions you have referred to

If you disagree with this view, then I look forward to a detailed debate!
 

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