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Make a copy of this page with enlarged type. Cut the terms and definitions apart so they can be given to (or pinned or taped on) each youth.
Theist — Believes God exists
Atheist — Believes God does not exist
Agnostic — Says God might or might not exist
Humanist — Says people's responsibilities in this life are most important
Trinitarian — Says God has three parts
Christian — Says Jesus is the son of God
Jew — Says truth is in the Hebrew Bible
Unitarian Universalist — Can believe many different things
God — Supreme being and creator of all
Belief — Something you think is true
Fact — Something you can prove is true
Miracle — Something that happens that cannot be explained
Allah — Muslim name for God
Prayer — Message to God
Theology — Ideas about religion and God
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