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Introduction to Religious Studies and the Dialogue Decalogue

Answers already written by me are in blue. Please mind those. Simply read the corresponding sections before each "TASK" and subsequently answer that task based on the relevant section. At least 4-5 sentences per question. No format needed. Proper spelling and grammar.
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