As Easter Sunday approaches and Passover begins Friday, how religious do you consider yourself to be?

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It seems to be common place lately that more people are becoming religious liberals. They believe in a religion but they don't follow it as strictly as the generations prior to them did. The question I’d like to ask is how closely do you follow your religion? Do you stick with every commandment or do you find part of the religious virtues that work for you and make adjustments along the way?

As people go through life they sometimes change their beliefs or tend to start interpreting what they think their religion is saying differently.  Others follow their religion very strictly, standing by their religious beliefs, like those in Indiana. Where do you fall? Which principles of your religion do you live by and which do you not? How far would you be willing to go to defend your beliefs?