Morality and Religion - Sikhism, Islam, Atheism - Shabir Ally, Mike Lake, Jagraj Singh

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Interfaith debate featuring Shabir Ally (Islam), Mike Lake (Atheism) and Basics of Sikhi. Part #1 looks at Religion, Ethics and Moral Relativism. Organised by the Islamic Society of Aston University in Birmingham.
Basics of Sikhi is a project by Everythings 13, an educational charity dedicated to spreading the wisdom of the Sikh Gurus. Please support our work - - Whether its £5 a month or £50, all will go towards parchar and NOT building funds.
Vaheguru Simran in the Intro and Outro is how Sikhs chant Gods name. You can download it for free from (Jam 2, track 6).

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