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Welcome to The YES Course

What is The YES Course?

The YES Course is designed to help you

  • Identify
  • Define and
  • Test

your personal belief system—even if you think you don’t have one!

The Course uses biblical Christianity as a “baseline” against which you can compare your current personal belief system. Whether your current personal belief system is Agnosticism, Animism, Atheism, Baha’ism, Buddhism, Hinduism, Islam, Judaism, Mormonism, Neo-Paganism, New Agism, Rastafarianism, Scientology, Secular Materialism, Seventh Day Adventism, Sikhism, Spiritism, Taoism, Unitarian-Universalism, Zoroastrianism, or any other belief system, The YES Course enables you to identify, define, and test your personal belief system.



Participation in The YES Course

Participating in The YES Course is easy and painless— and it is free.

Start by clicking here and watching The YES Course Introduction video (duration: 00:08:22).

You will need Adobe Flash Player and Adobe Acrobat Reader installed on your computer in order to use The YES Course effectively. Click on the icons to download and install these two free applications.

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Another Way to Participate

The YES Course is also available FREE on DVD, if you would prefer to have the Course in that medium. The DVD will play on any computer that has a DVD drive. It may also play on newer stand-alone DVD players, but not on a Blu Ray disc player.

To order the DVD version of The YES Course, click here, key your name and snail-mail address into the form, and click Submit. The YES Course will mail your personal DVD as soon as possible via USPS.

About The YES Course Developer

Roger A Severson developed The YES Course in part by using skills acquired during more than thirty years of experience in organizational communication both domestically and internationally, primarily in manpower training and curriculum development programs for medical, petroleum, and governmental agencies, and by researching his own personal belief system and learning why he believes as he does.

His work and travels among the people of Austria, Bahrain, Canada, Cyprus, Egypt, Estonia, Germany, Hong Kong, India, Israel, Italy, Kenya, Kuwait, Kyrgyzstan, Latvia, Lithuania, Madagascar, the Maladives, Mexico, Nepal, Pakistan, Poland, Qatar, Russia, Saudi Arabia, Singapore, Sri Lanka, Switzerland, Tanzania, Thailand, and Uzbekistan have greatly expanded his worldview.

He holds a BA from St. Olaf College and an MS from the University of Wisconsin – Madison, but considers his life and belief system to be empirical enterprises. He sometimes says of himself that he may be over the hill, but he is still climbing.