Count up all the times you answer "yes" and then scroll to the bottom of the page for your result.
- 1. Do you believe that people have a right to a religion?
- 2. Do you believe that people have a right to not have a religion?
- 3. Do you believe that only people who share your religion have a right to a religion?
- 4. Do you believe that your religion is the only "true religion" and that all other religions are false?
- 5. Do you believe that all other religions should be exposed for the lie that they are?
- 6. Do you believe that only people who believe in the same god as you should have the right to vote?
- 7. Do you believe that religious faith should be a test of citizenship?
- 8. Do you believe that only religious people are capable of being moral?
- 9. Do you believe that all other religions except your own are evil?
- 10. Do you believe that the government should be controlled by religious law?
Now Scroll Down To The Bottom Of The Page: ~
Count how many times you answered "yes."
0-3 You seem like the sort of person who would enjoy the freedoms of a secular society. These are the secular societies in which you would feel most valued. List of secular states: 1.Australia 2. Belgium 3. France 4. Germany 5. India 6. Nepal 7. Philippines 8. Portugal 9. Romania 10. Turkey 11. United States of America
Characteristics of a Secular State
1.A secular state is a state or country that officially is neutral in matters of religion, neither supporting nor opposing any particular religious beliefs or practices, and has no state religion or equivalent.
2.A secular state is not an atheistic state (e.g. North Korea, the Soviet Union), in which the state officially opposes all religious beliefs and practices. A secular state protects freedom of religion but is governed freely from the influence of a religion, as pursued in state secularism.
3.It is also described to be a state that prevents religion from interfering with matters of state, and religious groups from controlling its government, and monopolizing political power. Laws protect each individual equally including religious minorities from discrimination on the basis of religion.
Characteristics of a Religious State:
A state religion (also called an official religion, established church or state church) is a religious body or creed officially endorsed by the state.
7-10 Hmmm. If you do not already live in a theocracy, I suggest you need to pack your bags.
Characteristics of a Theocracy:
Theocracy is a form of government in which the divine power governs an earthly human state, either in person (e.g. as incarnation in a human) or, more often, via its religious institutional representative/s. (e.g. church, temple, mosque), either replacing or dominating the organs of civil government as clerical or spiritual representative/s of god.