Roman Catholic. I especially enjoy Neo-Thomism (aka Existential Thomism).
Originally Posted by LostInNerSpace
I'm a scientist. Our doctrine is rationalism. We believe the Lord Einstein will be resurrected in a Japanese laboratory sometime in the not too distant future.
I'm not sure what being a scientist (or science in general) has to do with religion. Science is not a religion, nor is it opposed to religion. Only individual scientists assert that science and religion are opposed (and uneducated religious folk if you want to be specific). If you chose to believe that they are opposed, I respect that. I just thought it was necessary to point out that being a scientist does not make you opposed to religion, or make consider science your religion. I felt a need to bring this up because I'll be a "full-fledged" scientist after Grad School.
Edit: Now that I think about it, I apologize if you weren't even trying to say what I "accused" (for lack of better word) you of. Descartes was a major figure in the rise of rationalism (and modern western thought) and he was Catholic. Kant believed that you couldn't prove God's existence or non-existence, but did believe that people are justified in believing in Him.