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    Do you suggest Odin is an INFJ?

    EDIT: I am cursed to always have my posts on the next page. This was directed to paisley1.

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    Odin? The God of War? Odin is fictitious, but he may be an INFJ, I don't know. Are you responding to my "higher cognitive playing field" comment, only meant to boast and at the same time demean? LOL.

    No, I'm talking about the Christian triune Monotheist God. Father, Son, Holy Spirit. I don't think Odin qualifies in terms of predestination of all events and such like.
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    Quote Originally Posted by paisley1 View Post
    Odin? The God of War? Odin is fictitious, but he may be an INFJ, I don't know. Are you responding to my "higher cognitive playing field" comment, only meant to boast and at the same time demean? LOL.

    No, I'm talking about the Christian triune Monotheist God. Father, Son, Holy Spirit. I don't think Odin qualifies in terms of predestination of all events and such like.
    Not just a God of war, also a creator. Fictitious perhaps to you, but not necessarily to me.

    But it seems we have different conceptions on the matter at hand.

    Also, I understand that I misunderstood your post, when you added to it. I thought you were implying that God himself is an INFJ, and is thus showering his divinity into INFJs, but I believe this was a misconception on my part.

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    The connection I will make is that INFJ's in history have been prophetic and have the pre set gifting for prophesy, like Nathan in the Bible. In that sense INFJ's have a divine like attribute, but this is no indicator of divine quality, only a correlation from mbti. God's personality is simply the combination of all personality types, in my mind, as we are made in his image, it stands to reason. Again, Christian God. As far as the Christian God, who was the one who wrestled with God? Jacob? And what is Jacobs personality type? The opposite of INFJ, ESTP! To this very day, an entire Nation was named after him, Israel. Sheer coincidence?

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    I find it interesting you believe in Odin and Norse mythology, very unique. How does that work? I'm interested in the why and what that looks like in practice.
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    In all honesty, I said it mostly to see your reaction. I'm that evil.
    I don't worship the gods in Norse pantheon. Worshiping anyone or anything goes against me. I'm an agnostic at heart. But, possibly because of my heritage and my home, I feel some sympathy towards Norse gods.

    As for being fictitious, as I said, not necessarily. I don't see why they are any more fictitious than Jehovah.

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    Quote Originally Posted by paisley1 View Post
    Mo really doesn't like sarcasm, but I'll forgive him/her/it! Tone is never conveyed on a post and may be seemingly hurtful however all is said in the funniest possible way. ...

    Why some types are more common and some are rarer? Well, I'd say the predestination of God. It's God's way of administering his sovereignty and perfection. A sovereign imprint onto our social order. Do you have an evolutionary reason? Just cuz? Is there a way of tampering with the genome to get the proper balance of personality types necessary for a functioning society? Predestination and the sovereignty of God is the best answer in my mind.
    Oh, Mo loves sarcasm. At least, the type which he deems witty.

    I completely agree with the second paragraph.

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    Evil? Seemed like a perfectly valid question Outsider. I simply see no credibility in a pantheon of God's (Norse to Hindu) due to the convictions I have about Christ being a living reality within my life.

    Witty sarcasm? I thought it was a state of mind? Either you've been sarcastic or you haven't, don't think you can really measure sarcasm, because it's tonal.

    Surprised I haven't got scolded for my firm unapologetic stance on the predestination of God? That's sweet. Adding Mo, to friends list, now.
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    Witty. Sarcasm.

    The commas in that final sentence were rather unneccessary, don't you think?

    How's that for criticism.

    Accepting Paisley's, friends-list, request now.

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    I should've used dots. Adding mo.....to friends list.....now. As though I was doing it while I was writing. Thank you for the strongbadian grammeriterical remarks!
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    Quote Originally Posted by DisneyGeek View Post
    Yeah, I hate how I'm common. I wish I was special.

    Haha.
    I personally like how ISTJs are common, seeing as how you are one of my ideal matchups.
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