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A question about devils temptations

Discussion in 'UK and Ireland' started by Lilly54, Mar 15, 2019.

  1. Lilly54

    Lilly54 Well-Known Member

    United Kingdom
    In Relationship
    Got a discussion with someone. Need to clarify a point about Satan. We know Christ was tempted in the desert on 3 major points.
    I heard through a sikh friend that one of their gurus experienced the exact same scenario. I took this to be true but an amazing coincidence. I have now looked into it snd indications are that no such event took place in their holy book.
    Does anyone know any Sikh person who could clear this point up? Looks to me that Sikhs do not believe a devil exists as we do in Christianity.

    It may seem like no business of mine but i believe inter-faith discussions are important. It is vital to communicate with other faiths and clarify what we believe. I love to do this.

    Sorry, i couldn't find which forum to put this discussion into.
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