Sikhism

  • Do Sikhs Believe in a Bible?

    Do Sikhs Believe in a Bible?

    7/9/2021 10:31:47 AM

    The word bible is derived from the Greek word biblia meaning books. The term which originates from Byblos an ancient Phoenician city which traded in papyrus used in producing a paper like substance for writing upon. Scriptures and scrolls were among the earliest of hand written books. 

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  • Mukti Defined: Emancipation and Attainment of Salvation

    Mukti Defined: Emancipation and Attainment of Salvation

    4/28/2021 10:16:33 AM

    Mukti is a derivative of the root word Mukt which can mean absolution, deliverance, emaciation, freedom, liberation, pardon, release, or salvation. In Sikhism, mukti generally refers to liberation from the bondage of five influences of ego. 

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  • 10 Ways That Sikhism Differs From Hinduism A Comparison of Beliefs, Faith, and Practices

    10 Ways That Sikhism Differs From Hinduism A Comparison of Beliefs, Faith, and Practices

    4/19/2021 10:48:51 AM

    Sikhs are not Hindus. Sikhism rejects many aspects of Hinduism. Sikhism is a distinct religion with a unique scripture, principles, code of conduct, guidelines, initiation ceremony, and appearance developed over three centuries by ten gurus, or spiritual masters.

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