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STUDENT A's QUESTIONS (Do not show these to Student B.)

(1) What comes to mind when you hear the word ‘religion’?
(2) What does religion mean to you?
(3) Is religion always a good thing?
(4) With all the religions in the world, how do we know which one is best or true?
(5) Do people choose their religion or do people’s parents choose it?
(6) If religion is all about love and peace, why are many of the world’s conflicts and wars caused by religion?
(7) If religion teaches us that all men and women are equal and we must love everyone the same, why is there so much racism?
(8) Do you like talking about religion?
(9) What do you think of the argument that religion is really modern-day superstition?
(10) What would the world be like without religion?

STUDENT B's QUESTIONS (Do not show these to Student A.)

(1) Why do you practice your religion (or why don’t you have a religion)?
(2) How does religion give hope to so many people?
(3) Do you think people will eventually stop believing in religion?
(4) What do you think of new religions?
(5) Do people who follow a religion have a better time than those who don’t?
(6) Do you think religion always fits our modern-day world?
(7) What would Jesus, Mohamed and Buddha think of our world today?
(8) Do you think there’ll ever be a single world religion?
(9) Money is more important than religion and shopping malls are more popular than places of worship. What do you think about this?
(10) How did religion start?



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