Sikhs en Religion In Iowa <p>This week’s Being in Iowa series has taken us to Hindu and Sikh Temples, examined the faiths of Mormons and Quakers, and talked with those who choose not to believe. Ben Kieffer and wraps up the series with a conversation about faith in some of Iowa’s smaller religious communities.&nbsp;Iowans tell their&nbsp;stories of coming to faith and moving away from it, and how those journeys have impacted lives.</p> Fri, 26 Oct 2012 18:51:05 +0000 Ben Kieffer 9868 at Religion In Iowa Being in Iowa: Sikhs <p>Iowa Public Radio is&nbsp;looking at how different groups of Iowans connect with God. Today, we examine the beliefs held within a 500-year old religion established in the Punjab region of northwest India and northeast Pakistan. In Punjabi it’s pronounced Sikhism (SICK-ism). Over the years, it’s been Anglicized to Sikhism (SEEK-ism). The practitioners at a Temple in West Des Moines pronounced it both ways.</p> Tue, 23 Oct 2012 05:00:00 +0000 Rob Dillard 9725 at Being in Iowa: Sikhs