Issues relating to a topic from the book chapter or notes on Sikhism

Find, read, and report on (at least) one internet resource you find on issues relating to a topic from the book chapter or notes on Sikhism. Acceptable Sources = news reports, (public) personal blogs, Op-Eds, travel or lifestyle pieces, magazine research pieces, short academic articles

Issues relating to a topic from the book chapter or notes on Sikhism

Current/News event: Find, read, and report on (at least) one internet resource you find on issues relating to a topic from the book chapter or notes on Sikhism.

Acceptable Sources = news reports, (public) personal blogs, Op-Eds, travel or lifestyle pieces, magazine research pieces, short academic articles

Topics can include people, events, groups, practices, political or personal challenges. Additionally,  cultural changes mentioned in this unit’s resources

To cover:
Provide the source information: links, article titles, publication or website name if applicable, author if available
Identify the topic and summarize the article or blog’s information
Then give your analysis: what was useful, what was missing, what was interesting, possible follow-up questions or research topics.

In 6-8 sentences write what questions or comments do you have that you could discuss with your classmates-. Finally, do you agree on things like the religious backgrounds or lessons?

Please US based articles/ sources.

More details;

What do the Sikh believe?

Sikhs believe in reincarnation and karma concepts found in Buddhism, Hinduism and Jainism. However, in Sikhism both karma and liberation “is modified by the concept of God’s grace” (nadar, mehar, kirpa, karam etc.). Guru Nanak states “The body takes birth because of karma, but salvation is attained through grace”.

Also, Do Sikhs believe in Jesus?

Guru and Messengers

Sikhism reveres Guru Nanak as the teacher that taught of the One Divine Creator, Lord on Earth, which is manifest in the ten forms of the ten Gurus of Sikhs. Sikhism accepts that there were divine messengers, including Moses, Jesus and Mohammed in other religions.

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