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Write a 3-page paper (double-spaced) on the topic: “You thought you were in love. You got married, had three children, but you find that you no longer love your spouse. You begin seeing someone else, someone that makes you happy. Isn’t that the most important thing? Well….from an ethical or religious standpoint, is it?” . This should be your own response based on what you have learned so far this semester as well as your own experiences in life. The paper must include information from the perspectives of at least two of the religions we have studied to date (indigenous, Hinduism, Jainism, Buddhism). You are required to “reserve” your topic by selecting your choice with the activity located in the Hinduism DO these activities section of this module. Resources Outside resources are not required; however, if you use resources, be sure to cite the information using MLA format. Here are some suggested ways to get started: Using Google or another search engine, research the term “religious ethics” and related terms. Share any useful sites on the Share Sites forum. Visit this site: Kohlberg’s Moral Stages (https://ww3.haverford.edu/psychology/ddavis/p109g/kohlberg.stages.html) Visit this site: UNCTV Religion & Ethics Newsweekly (http://www.pbs.org/wnet/religionandethics/) Specifications Use the following guidelines: Using Microsoft Word (not 2007 version), compose your paper. If you do not use Microsoft Word, you will need to save your work as a “text only” (.txt) file or a “rich text format” (.rtf) file so your instructor will be able to open your work upon submission. The “text only” file is useful for documents that are single spaced without boldfacing or numbered or bulleted lists. The “rich text format” is best for documents that have double spaced paragraphs with boldfacing, bullets, and other design features. See “Saving Your Document” for further instructions. Set your margins at 1″ top and bottom. Set your margins at 1″ left and right. Set your font size to 12-point Arial. Set your spacing to double space. Left justify, or align, your text. Starting at the very top line of your first page, type in your full name, then press “Enter.” On the next line, key in the course number and section number (i.e., REL 110 IN1); then press “Enter.” On the next line, key in the date; then press “Enter.” On the next line, key in and center justify the title you give this paper. Then, press “Enter.” On the next line, use the Tab key on the keyboard to indent the first paragraph. Then begin keying in the content of your document. From this point on, your text will return to left justification or alignment. Continue to indent each paragraph. Your paper should be at least three pages in length. To get a top score, your response should be your own response based on what you have learned so far this semester as well as your own experiences in life. The paper must include information from the perspectives of at least two of the religions we have studied to date (indigenous, Hinduism, Jainism, Buddhism). If you use any outside resources (including the textbook and course materials), you must use APA documentation consistently and correctly. Information on these documentation style is available online. Using Microsoft Word (not 2007 version), save the document with a filename that includes the assignment title, your first initial and last name.