conceives of the relationship between the two authorities as of the nature of correlation.
Based on 2 Timothy 2:9, the very title of the book becomes somewhat provocative when applied to a concrete, historical form of religion, namely, Sikhism
: What exactly are we to expect from the encounter between Christianity and Sikhism
if we accept the fundamental theological presupposition that the Word of God is universally present although hidden?
Colonial rule accelerated and magnified Sikh migration after 1849, and the experiences of Sikhs abroad reinforced the notion of attaching Sikhism
and Sikh identity to the location of (Indian) Punjab.
Guru Nanak, the founder of Sikhism
, describes people such as Bhajan succinctly: "Thosea.
To me, Sikhism
is a very practical religion," said Manon.
Ravidas had a large number of followers who had formed a sect in his name much before Sikhism
was established as a religion.
What the authors do throughout the course of the book is actually define what "householder" means to Guru Nanak and by extension for Sikhism
This emphasis on equality is of utmost importance in Sikhism
It was presented in the Upanishad texts of India and has been used in the sacred chants of Hinduism, Buddhism, Jainism, Sikhism
and by the Zoroastrians.
Hinduism and Other Eastern Religions crams in a lot of information, since it covers Hinduism, Buddhism, Jainism, and Sikhism
They also saw children of different religions such as Hinduism, Judaism, and Sikhism
holding hands in harmony.
Then, assign each group one of the following religions widely practiced in India: Hinduism, Islam, Buddhism, Christianity, and Sikhism
One hundred and fifty copies of the 'Saroopa of Sri Guru Granth Sahib Ji' Sikhism
holy book have arrived in Canada from Amritsar, India.
All the major faith traditions are represented at the conference, including Bahai, Buddhism, Christianity, Hinduism, Islam, Jainism, Judaism, Shinto and Sikhism
He said: " I have begun to raise awareness of Sikhism
amongst my colleagues and peers.