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SIKHSikhism (religion)
SIKHSkandinavisk Institutt for Klassisk Homeopati (Norwegian: Scandinavian Institute of Classical Homeopathy)
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In Sikhism the relationship between religion and politics, between religious authority and secular polity, cannot be cognized in terms of the unity/separation dichotomy' it is of the nature of neither monistic unity nor simplistic separation, the two domains are distinct from each other and internally autonomous, without any subordination of the one to the other, they are differentiated, though not dissociated from each other.
Kahlon said Sikhism is strictly a monotheistic religion and recognizes the same heavenly light in every human being; rich or poor, high or low, irrespective of caste, creed, color, race, sex, religion or ethnicity.
As a study in mission history, the book has a double objective: historical description of the Punjabi church and mission history as well as theological understanding of other faiths in the dialogical situation that the encounter between Christianity and Sikhism has created.
British understandings of the concept of religion led early commentators to compare Sikhism favorably to Protestantism, or as inadequate to muscular Christianity.
Bhajan was extremely good at what he did, but propagation of Sikhism it was not.
Sikhism is the youngest of the world's religions, founded in the 15th century, and has approximately 20 million followers worldwide, with around 500,000 Sikhs in Britain.
Byline: Since the establishment of Sikhism over 500 years ago, several sects have emerged within Sikhism.
The God Virus: How Religion Infects Our Lives and Culture" is a discussion of how all religions, ranging from the huge ones like Christianity and Islam, to lesser known ones such as Sikhism and Shinto, have greatly impacted humanity in all of its aspects.
Indeed, even introductory courses in Sikhism tend to mention this text only in passing.
Users can choose from Christianity, Judaism, Islam, Hinduism, Buddhism, and Sikhism.
A beautifully and profusely illustrated single volume survey, the world religions represented include Hinduism, Buddhism, Sikhism, Judaism, Christianity, Islam, Zoroastrianism, Baha'i, Confucianism, Taoism, Shinto, and Jainism, "Inside World Religions: An Illustrated Guide" by Anglican priest Kevin O'Donnell presents a truly panoramic introduction to diverse religious traditions.
It reminds me one of the meanings of the word Sikh is 'learner' and this is important to me as I am what I am today from the principles taken from Sikhism.