Judaism, Sikhism, and Sufism
Judaism, Sikhism, and Sufism are all religions that are similar in one way or another, but they have their differences also. Judaism began with the Covenant between God and Abraham around 2000 BC. Sikhism was created by Guru Nanak Dev, a religious leader and a social reformer during the fifteenth century. Sufism started emerging during the eighth century CE in the Middle East.
Judaism, Sikhism and Sufism are very similar because they all are religions that people worship day to day. Judaism believes "there is one god and only one god", Sikhism believes "believe in only one almighty God, and Sikhism believes "there is only one god and that god possesses everything". All of these religions have a places of worship, Judaism: synagogue's , Sikhism: gurdwara's, and Sufism: temple's. All of these religions originated somewhat around each other, Judaism: Canaan, Sikhism: India, and Sufism: East Asia.
Judaism worships the Tetragrammaton, YHVH (Yahweh), and Sikhism worships Guru Granth Sahib. Sikhism abolished priests, saying that it freed them from their ego and weaknesses, but Judaism has priests called Koheins. Sufism followers believes that the soul goes through a cycle of births and deaths before it reaches the human form and that the goal of human life is to break the cycle of births and deaths and merge with God, whereas Judaism followers do not follow the idea of reincarnation. In Judaism someone can go to heaven or hell based on what they did during their lifetime, but in Sikhism there is no such physical places.
While both Sikhism and Sufism have religious texts, Sikhism followers read the Guru Granth Sahib, and Sufism followers read the Qur'an. Alcohol is a major part of Judaism because they are required to do so every Friday night at Passover, whereas Sufis are forbidden to drink at all. The followers of Sufism worship in a temple, while the followers of Sikhism worship in a gurdwara. These religions also...
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