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RELIGIOUS FUNDAMENTALISM

     As an orthodox follower of the

   ______(insert name of religion)__

     religion, I believe that human behavior should not deviate from that called for in my religionís sacred text:

____(insert name of sacred text)_

This I see as the unerring word of God. I hold it to be literally true, and believe that it provides an absolute basis for morality. I believe that God can and has personally intervened in the lives of people in ways consistent with stories in this sacred text.

SECULAR HUMANISM

I donít believe in a personal God. Without faith in a divine purpose for human existence or absolute moral code, I aim to put meaning, notions of good and evil, and universal values into my life. While troubled by ignorance and injustice, I accept human imperfections. I value learning. I champion self-realization through reason, and responsible living through brotherhood. Overcoming "the anxiety of nothingness," in asserting the inherent dignity and worth of all of us, in helping us appreciate our place, I maintain a hopeful, optimistic, outlook on life.

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