''July 20, 2009 God's Living Bible – The Third Testament – Research Library-History of Religion - Bible and Religion Time Lines and Religions Researched
Anne Terri's Research Prompted By God
Sikhism: Religion of India – Fifteenth Century AC
Belief in the Universal God. Founded on the teachings of Guru Nanak Dev, and ten successive Sikh Gurus in fifteenth century Punjab. Known as the fifth largers organized religion in the world. Nanak teaches the final destination as a spiritual union with God, resulting in salvation. He further teaches attachment to worldly pursuits, are obstacles, and this causes an endless cycle of birth, know as reincarnation.
All text within the Granth is known as Gurbānī, according to Nanak, was revealed by God directly, and the authors wrote it down for the followers. The beginning of the Granth, was written by Nanak. One Universal Creator God, The Name Is Truth, Creative Being Personified, No Fear, No Hatred, Image Of The Timeless One, Beyond Birth, Self Existent, By Guru's Grace. Nanak believed in bringing together Hindu and Muslim.