You board a plane headed for your destination. You are on your way to visit family in another part of the country, and are excited to see them again. You take a seat and think about how long the flight is going to be. Just then, a young man sits down next to you and you both start chatting. Assuming he is college-aged, you ask him if he studies.
“Yes,” he answers, and you further ask him what his favorite course is.
“What I most like is learning about other cultures and beliefs,” he answers after thinking for a moment. “I find it all really fascinating.”
You both talk some more about it as your plane takes off.
“So, I was just wondering, do you have any sort of beliefs of your own?” he eventually asks you. “I hope you don’t mind me asking.”
What do you say?
a. “Not really, I’m not religious and I don’t believe in God,
if that’s what you mean.” Go to page 14.
b. “Yes, I believe in God.” Go to page 27.
c. “I haven’t given it much thought.” Go to page 7.
d. “I think all beliefs are good. All roads lead to Rome.” Go to page 2.
e. “I suppose I’m religious but I don’t necessarily believe in
God. I’m a Buddhist.” Go to page 3.