Lets say you're a theist that believes in some form of God and an Atheist is drowning right in front of you. There is a life preserver that you can (you have a choice) throw to him to save his life.
1) Would you save the life of an Atheist? ? ?
a variation to this question(depending who is reading it) would be to switch the roles and ask an atheist;
1) Would you save the life of a Theist? ? ?
Within the same opening scenario and after sincerely answering question 1 with a yes or no (an explanation or opinion is not required), ask yourself this;
2) Would you care about the religious differences you have with the person drowning ? ? ?
these questions can also be applied to issues of race, social class, etc.. And last but not least.....
3) Can you learn a positive lesson from your answers? ? ?
a yes or no will do for question 3, but an elaboration is encouraged...