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    INFJ - Roman Catholic.

    Religion and mythology has always been a great interest of mine, and even remained so when I was an atheist for several years.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Soar337 View Post
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    I don't really believe in a set religion but I am spiritual. ALMOST became Wiccan :P
    The only person I know who was ever a Wiccan is ENFP. I do see some attraction there myself, but not really any more than to any other religion. I wouldn't be surprised if a high number of Wiccans were Fi-Pe/Pe-Fi types though.

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    Just another INTP agnostic atheist here....

    At this point, the lens through which I see reality is prescribed for the scientific worldview, ruled by logical consistency, and framed by Occam's razor. I take the lens off all the time for fun, of course, but then things become less clear. I do not boldly assume that my lens is certainly the only one that can reveal the truth, but it is the one that makes things most clear for me, and if I can find another one that works better for me, I'll gladly buy one. I'm willing to accept that I might forever be blind to some things. However, concerning myself with the things that might exist that are entirely outside my perception would get me nowhere.

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    Christian.

    But always struggled with it.
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    INTP - Hindu (philosophically and culturally, I don't buy into the superstition that many Hindus do) Perhaps I have adapted a world view different form what is traditional also. I believe in Dharma and Karma in very practical terms (re-incarnation, I am agnostic on).

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    Agnostic - I think anything could be possible so I do not like to limit myself to one religion, God, etc.

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    Quote Originally Posted by OneWithSoul View Post
    I'm not necessarily relgious. I'm spiritual.

    I do believe in God. I believe that God, from a metaphorical standpoint, encompasses figures such as Jesus, Muhammad, Lao Tzu, Moses, the Buddha, and so on. I kind of mush all religious values into one supreme faith that is of metaphysical significance.

    I am NOT Unitarian Universalist.

    A spiritual connection with God should be personal, and something that you feel. Practical faith is more important than theoretical faith, which I think UU is. I've given them a shot, and they're too wrapped up in their minds.

    I've found solace in the Unity Movement. It's more or less a Philosophy, because it isn't strictly an organized act of religon, though there are a small number of churches.

    I open my mind and soul to any and every belief.
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    intp

    I think gods tend to be just a wild combination of projection and imagination, run into the ground and ruined by dogma and superstition. I don't really follow any major philosophies beyond "be nice and maybe people will leave you alone" . I have no problem with another person's beliefs if it informs them to be a nice person, just so long as they don't expect me to understand or join in.

    p.s. I hate the word "spiritual", it doesn't mean anything dammit
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    INTP - Agnostic

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    ENTJ- Since it can't be proven I'm all for whatever works. People believe shit for all sorts of reasons. I'm actually considering joining a particular religion for business purposes.

    Personally I have a hard time wrapping my head around a deity per se but even if its just the beauty of an eloquent system infused with energy, thats cool with me.

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