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  1. [quote=Singh123456777]You may purchase male or female slaves from among the foreigners who live among you. You may also purchase the children of such resident foreigners, including those who have been born in your land. You may treat them as your property, passing them on to your children as a permanent inheritance. You may treat your slaves like this, but the people of Israel, your relatives, must never be treated this way. Leviticus 25:44-46 NLT When a man sells his daughter as a slave, she will not be freed at the end of six years as the men are. If she does not please the man who bought her, he may allow her to be bought back again." Exodus 21: 7-8 Slavery is allowed in the bible as well as sex slavery. Hmmmmm[/quote] I will not comment anymore You are an absolute fool Leviticus 25:44-46 King James Version (KJV) 44 Both thy bondmen, and thy bondmaids, which thou shalt have, shall be of the heathen that are round about you; of them shall ye buy bondmen and bondmaids. 45 Moreover of the children of the strangers that do sojourn among you, of them shall ye buy, and of their families that are with you, which they begat in your land: and they shall be your possession. 46 And ye shall take them as an inheritance for your children after you, to inherit them for a possession; they shall be your bondmen for ever: but over your brethren the children of Israel, ye shall not rule one over another with rigour. and Exodus 21:7-8 King James Version (KJV) 7 And if a man sell his daughter to be a maidservant, she shall not go out as the menservants do. 8 If she please not her master, who hath betrothed her to himself, then shall he let her be redeemed: to sell her unto a strange nation he shall have no power, seeing he hath dealt deceitfully with her. There's nothing wrong with being a servant. In todays day and age, if you have a job - if you work, you are a slave. You are a wage slave. You spend your life paying taxes, bills and so forth. Do you really think calling yourself an employee makes any difference? You are a servant of the government. Of a faceless entity that does not care about you. Some people spend their entire lives slaves to the government. For ever relying on government housing. Forever relying on state benefits. State pension. Having rules on how to treat people is a good thing. None of this explains or has anything to do with my opening post, which is about the fundamental of what you call 'god'. You are just a snivelling little wimp, giggling like the mentality of a school kid. You are great advert for Sikhism! You can't even answer my OP, instead you misquote something you seen and snigger like a baby!!!!!!! XXXDDDD DON'T DARKEN MY DOOR AGAIN
  2. If you've nothing useful to say, just 'lol', 'bud' and stuff, why are you even here? No wonder this forum is dead.
  3. In other words, my thinking is correct, since you attack me, and not disseminate my argument (because you can't, you believe a nonsensical lie).
  4. More personal attacks? Speaking the truth cost John the Baptist his head. What's your excuse?
  5. A yes or no answer precludes a right or wrong answer. Rather than dropping out by way of trying to claim ad hominem, it would far more honourable to admit you are wrong. The continuation of the conversation was your choice, so you must have some doubts about your mindset, as I mentioned a couple of posts ago - I could see back then that you were blinded by Satan, hence, I mentioned about the conversation going round in circles. Take care. You know there's nothing to say you can't come round, and accept Christ as your Saviour. I'll pray for you
  6. Posted by you: It's the devils inside you that make you say/think that something makes sense when it doesn't have a yes/no (which is a right/wrong) answer ... Without even realizing you're saying it!
  7. Everything has a yes or no answer, the only other answer is, I don't know/I'm not sure, which is of course, acceptable, because it's honest. Only politicians, so called 'intellectuals' say things don't have a yes or no answer. Does anyone trust a politician or an intellectual? To try to complicate things to make it that there IS no right or wrong answer is very much the spirit of the age - everything is relative, so anything goes. This is wrong. Well let me tell you if you go ahead and kill someone because you're covetous, then that is WRONG. Only a fool engages in subjectivity, endlessly playing nothing over in their mind, as if a straight forward answer is beneath them. Don't you see that? And that's what you're saying Sikhism is - not a straight forward answer, which is itself a lying spirit (deceptive). You just continue to prove that Sikhism is a false path.
  8. GOOD AND EVIL "Despite the stress on the love of God in Sikhism there is a darker side. Sikhs believe that both good and evil come from God. Though some of them think evil spirits exist they have no sense of an evil being who opposes God. Sikhs are never told to resist the devil, as a Christian is, because they do not believe in him. Evil, they believe, is the result of a person making wrong choices." http://www.sikhiwiki.org/index.php/Sikhism_and_Christianity:_A_Comparative_Study#GOOD_AND_EVIL If evil comes from Waheguru then why is Waheguru not evil too? Surely evil can only create evil? And, as Waheguru creates evil, why does Waheguru not reward people for doing what he creates? Does Waheguru have a split personality? Or does Waheguru disown himself? Clearly Waheguru does not approve of what he does, because he only rewards some parts of what he does (the good parts), so therefore does Waheguru chastise himself with bad karma?
  9. "THE NATURE OF HUMAN BEINGS Sikhs deny the reality of man's sinful nature. They teach that people are essentially good; the divine spark within them needs only to be fanned into a flame of goodness." Every Sikh believes they are good. http://www.sikhiwiki.org/index.php/Sikhism_and_Christianity:_A_Comparative_Study#THE_NATURE_OF_HUMAN_BEINGS Contariwise to what you are saying, Sikh's obtain salvation BY their good works "The Sikh Gurus have taught that our good actions will give us liberation. The SGGSJ says, "Those who receive His Mercy obtain the True One. The Gurmukhs (those who follow the Guru’s Teachings) dwell forever in balanced restraint. By true actions, the True Lord is met, and the Guru's Teachings are found. Then, they are not subject to birth and death; they do not come and go in reincarnation."" http://www.sikhiwiki.org/index.php/Sikhism_and_Christianity:_A_Comparative_Study#The_Key_to_Salvation "GOOD AND EVIL Despite the stress on the love of God in Sikhism there is a darker side. Sikhs believe that both good and evil come from God. Though some of them think evil spirits exist they have no sense of an evil being who opposes God. Sikhs are never told to resist the devil, as a Christian is, because they do not believe in him. Evil, they believe, is the result of a person making wrong choices." http://www.sikhiwiki.org/index.php/Sikhism_and_Christianity:_A_Comparative_Study#GOOD_AND_EVIL If evil comes from God then God must honour evil. Clearly I am correct in saying, all deeds, whether good or bad, are given honour, otherwise God does not honour himself. According to Sikhism. So you see, in Sikhism, in order to obtain salvation, you have to cease from doing bad works. Then, you merge with the 'god consciousness'. Of course, when you merge with the 'god consciousness', you then go back to what you stopped doing - evil, because, evil comes from the Sikh god. And this is why you struggle with straight answers, because the Sikh god him/her/itself, is the author of confusion. It's not about being spiritual, it's about contemplating things which are designed to not make sense. In Christianity, we see the devil as the author of confusion. Which is why (of course among many other things), Christians would class Sikhism of the devil, and therefore, Christianity, is not compatible with Sikhism. But, Sikhism attempts to be compatible with every other faith, hence, it's perfect for one world government/religion/atheistic philosophies too.
  10. So you are saying you don't have to do any good works then? If it's not a mathematical formula then the opposite is true. You don't have to do anything, you can just live however you want, or the reverse is true, you have to do everything. The fact is, you have to do good stuff all the time. The reality is that it's easy for someone to think they are a good person, but good compared to who? How many people have you walked past needing help? Do you give every homeless person food, money, a roof over their heads? Do you constantly think good things and do good things for your work colleagues? Even those who hate you? Have you ever over ate? Have you ever under ate? Of course, it's completely impossible for a person to be good. The reason why you say it's not a mathematical formula, is because you're not prepared to admit, that you have to be good all the time. No one can blank out that much karma. So you may as well do it all, or do nothing. Otherwise, as you say, it's just a philosophy to go about life. And that's all it is. Philosophies are ten a penny.
  11. I'm just going to mention this one more time. As far as you are concerned (as a Sikh) you are a good person who can save themself. You don't need a Saviour. This is what the Guru teaches. You are either confused about what you believe, or are being mis-leading. I think we'll leave this conversation before we go round in circles. Thank you for your time
  12. The position of Sikhism is a works based salvation, and you've said this yourself already, at least as I recall. To summarize - you do a bunch of stuff - repeat god's name, constantly do good works, and hope for the best. --- In terms of Heaven, what's to be known about Heaven? We'll worship God (which is going to be totally awesome), we will have glorified bodies, changed in sensations and desire, some will have crowns of righteousness, some of life. Some will shine as bright as the firmament, some will shine as bright as the stars (the soulwinners) for ever. Before this, and after the tribulation, we will have the millennium kingdom on earth, where we will reign as kings, after this, the earth will be burned up and the earth will be born again too, and we will have a New Jerusalem. -- Sufism - it traces itself back to Mohammed, and therein lies the problem. Muhammad was said to have obtained his 'doctrine' from the angel Gabriel, who was described as having some (600 I think) wings. However, Biblically, angels look like human males, around the age of 33. Throughout the Old Testament, there's no such thing as an angel with wings, so, Biblically, it disagrees with itself, regardless of whichever branch it is, (sufi) mysticism etc, but then sufism is all about rituals and so forth also, so I don't think you're right, unless of course as you indicate, it's some fringe of sufism, ie it's people just doing whatever, which is a fringe itself.
  13. A Christian attempts to live a life without sin because they have the Holy Spirit living inside them convicting them of their sin. The flesh may still enjoy the world, but the Spirit doesn't. If you genuinely accept your guilt as a sinner, then you will KNOW it's wrong. You don't serve God out of a burden of law, but out of love. Consider someone being held captive, and they are forced to work. Now, a liberator comes along, and frees them. That person, who was a prisoner; a servant, then may very well chose to serve their liberator, out of gratitude and love. The person is no longer a servant (no choice) but a bondservant (free to chose to serve). Contrary to what you say, when you love someone, you are more inclined to do things for them, than when you are forced to, in order to meet a certain sort of arbitrary definitions. Because you are THANKFUL. It's been my experience, that people will be more humble, when they know it's all down to the Saviour, than when they think they themselves are good people and, eg, helped the old lady on to the bus (and etc). But, I have (I think) explained that already. Any other questions? I would be grateful if you could give me a list of the 'faith based traditions' that you mentioned earlier, ie, plural.
  14. If you've genuinely accepted yourself as a sinner, that is, you've genuinely believed that Jesus, who is God, paid the price for your sins on the cross, and He bodily rose from the dead, as your only way of salvation, and then, at some stage later, you live a life of unrepentant sin, then you will suffer loss of rewards in Heaven, and will be punished in this life (as the Father chastens his child), but you yourself will be saved.
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