Published by B:Chattar Singh Jiwan Singh in 2007. This is a first edition, new hardcover book. Size: 9" x 5.5". Pages: 246
Dr. W.H.Mcleod is a highly controversial author because of his extreme opinions expressed in his books on Sikh history and religion. The perspectives of his critics include psychoanalysis of personality and rebuttals pointing out his misinterpretations and misrepresentations of Sikhism. In this book, Dr. Amarjit Singh examines McLeod's reasoning to evaluate the validity and trustworthiness of McLeod's arguments.
Amarjit Singh presents that McLeod's reasoning is frequently misleading, giving the impression that he is stating the truth when in fact his arguments are flawed. This book incisively uncovers the flaws in specious reasoning used by McLeod in his arguments about Sikh history and Sikh religion.