The Christian and the Sikh can identify with each other insofar as both religious traditions have undergone much persecution and both worship only one God. The Christian and the Sikh, as persons, can have peace and mutual respect. But Sikhism and Christianity cannot be fused.
Their belief systems have some points of agreement but ultimately have a different view of God, a different view of Jesus, a different view of Scripture, and a different view of salvation.
Here is why and what can be done about it.
Evangelical Followers of Jesus Christ and Roman Catholics have many things in common, such as the belief in Trinity, the divinity of the Lord Jesus Christ, the sinfulness of man and humanity and being hopelessly lost without the work of Jesus on the cross.
However, two main differences are of such importance that they need to be considered issues of eternal life and death. Who do you think is right and why?