Tuesday, April 19, 2011
beliefs of Sikhism - Nikki Haley
Nikki Haley - born and raised as a Sikh.
Nikki Haley Reflects More Christian Tone
Nikki Haley, the front runner to become the Republican nominee for Governor of South Carolina has recently changed the language on her website to reflect a more Christian tone. The Brody File is NOT questioning her Christian beliefs at all but rather how the emphasis of her religious language seems to have evolved throughout her political career.
THE KHALSA SCRIPTURE
Sikhs believe in one God. He is the same for all people of all religions.
Sikhism teaches equality of all people. Sikhism preaches that people of different races, religions, or sex are all equal in the eyes of God. Sikhism teaches the full equality of men and women.
Sikhism emphasizes daily devotion to the remembrance of God. One should remember God at all times.
Sikhism teaches religious freedom. All people have the right to follow their own path to God without condemnation or coercion from others.
Sikhism emphasizes a moral and ethical life. A Sikh should represent moral responsibility and righteousness.
Sikhism rejects all forms of rituals such as idol worship, pilgrimages, fasting, and superstitions.
Sikhism teaches service to others. The primary task in life should be to help the poor, needy, and oppressed. The Sikhs have a long heritage of speaking out against injustice and for standing up for the defenseless.
Sikhs are supposed to be saints, scholars, and soldiers.
The word Sikh means disciple or student. Sikhs are the disciples of God who follow the writings and teachings of the ten Sikh Gurus.