Wednesday, 14 August 2019

Sikhism is Polytheistic NOT Monotheistic

 بسم الله الرحمن الرحيم
والصلاة والسلام على رسوله الكريم
Many Muslims who are sympathetic to Sikhs and Sikhism are under the false impression that the latter is a monotheistic religion like Islam. The truth is Sikhism is even more polytheistic than trinitarian Christianity. While Christians believe Jesus Christ is god incarnate, the Sikhs believe that each of their ten gurus are literal incarnations of God on the Earth. This was made clear by the Sikh apologist Jagraj Singh. The latter recently died from cancer in a pathetic condition of agony immediately after having voiced his burning hatred for Islam and having the audacity to criticize our holy Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him & his family). In the following clip, listen to Jagraj Singh, an expert on his own religion, explain the reality of Sikhism as being a polytheistic religion which teaches that the human “gurus” were all God incarnate based on hymns (verses) from the Sikh scripture:

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