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Sikhism: Is God a trinity?
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Q: Is God a trinity?

A: Sikhism respectfully disagrees with Christians who believe that God is a trinity. Sikhism describes God as One. Sikhs do not believe in trinity. Guru Granth Sahib Ji states on its first page, very first line, and the very first word, that “God is One.”

Sikhs believe that God is the Supreme Being. he is the greatest soul/spirit of all and there is no one else like God. God is not segregated or defined in different parts. We respectfully disagree with our fellow Christians regarding trinity. We apologize to anyone who might feel offended by our beliefs. We do not mean in any way mean to disrespect someone and their beliefs.

We are merely presenting what is written in the Holy Scripture of Sikhs. The knowledge has been given directly by God Himself to the entire human race in the form of Guru Granth Sahib Ji which is in its original form, unaltered and uninterpreted. If one seeks to know more about God or seeks to meet God, one can find the way in Guru Granth Sahib Ji. One can also read the FAQs and Quotations section of this site since all the information has been taken from Guru Granth Sahib Ji to answer the questions.

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