The main questions we were debating were:
Is National Identity something that is reasonable to be proud of, or is it dumb to be proud of achievements for things you did not do?
It is reasonable to be proud of. Would you not be proud of a sister for getting into college? Would you not be proud of yourself for running a marathon? On an existential level though, it would be, however existentialism is stupid and only for the ignorant.
Is a National Identity related to your ancestry, or more so to the ideas you believe in and your cultural practices?
Both, however the ideas you believe are a larger measure than ancestry.
Are religion and National Identity separate things, and can foreigners with a different religion, but similar cultural practices still identify with a National Identity?
Religion and National Identity are very different. See all of Europe.
What are your thoughts on any of the questions above?
Good questions, pretty fun quiz I guess.