Adapted from the United Assembly for Humanism:
1. Question the way you’ve been taught about religion as children, particularly when it comes to accepting claims as facts.
2. Admit that humans have the capacity to understand the nature of the Universe without the need for superstition.
3. Acknowledge that logic, science, and reason are the only universal sources of truth and understanding.
4. Accept that, based on falsifiable scientific knowledge, there is insufficient evidence to suggest the existence of a god or gods.
5. Think of yourselves not as Christians, Jews, Muslims, Hindu, Buddhist, Zoroastrian and so on but as members of the human species.
6. Make a searching and fearless moral inventory of yourselves.
7. Admit to ourselves and to other human beings the nature of the wrongs that have been committed and continue to be committed in the name of religion.
8. Make a list of all persons we had harmed as a result of our religious beliefs, and became willing to make amends to them all.
9. Make direct amends to such people wherever possible, except when to do so would injure them or others.
10. Accept responsibility for your own actions and make a concerted effort to address the problems that affect us all as humans.
11. Admit your lack of belief to those you know and love, regardless of how this revelation might be received.
12. Explore your lack of belief in god(s) and to discover the nature of what you DO believe in.