I had the God conversation with my ENTJ boyfriend which was really interesting. It seems ENTJ's generally approach religion rationally, and INFPs generally approach religion through feeling-- but the thing they both have in common is a strong intuition. So what do you INFPs and ENTJs think about God and Religion?
I feel that religion is used as a machine of manipulation like my ENTJ boyfriend, but I think there is a creator, or creative impulse which we are part of.
When ENTJ declares I AM GOD (in true entj fashion), I think we're basically on to the same thing (lol).
The point of disagreement came at the idea of what happens after death. ENTJ thinks we cease to exist, ie; when a loved one dies they only exist in your mind, in yourself-- and can become a catalyst towards greater action in your own life (which I see the merit in).
The thing is I look at things in terms of natural processes. We live, we die, we become a blade of grass. This is the physical process. But the intangible certainly exists(hear me out entjs)--our thoughts are intangible but they exist (though they rely on stimuli), air is intangible though it exists (which stimuli relies on), so why would what is intangible in us cease to exist and the physical take new form? I'm using a line of deductive reasoning here based on systems of the natural world, but the root of what I think comes from feeling.
In any case my ENTJ bf and I are good people, so maybe it doesn't really matter that much.