I have no interest in religious people, I might be for a certain time until I realize these people are delusional/stupid and/or too weak to face the obvious truth and choose to follow ridiculous dogmas.
Just answering the OP wasn't exciting enough for you?
And where is Synarch when I really need him?
"There is no god; there is only us. Savage and fragile."
I'm heavily influenced by my upbringing in New Thought Christianity and by my early readings of A Course In Miracles. I sometimes think of myself as Christian and sometimes don't.
I'm intellectually agnostic in that I'm very rational and I prefer to see multiple perspectives rather than jumping to conclusions based on blind faith. I don't see evidence for an historical Christ, but it doesn't really matter to me either way. Also, many atheists seem as irrational to me as theists.
I'm spiritually gnostic influenced by Jung and leaning towards Valentinianism. I've had experiences that felt spiritual and which have had profound impact on my life, but I prefer not to interpret them according to anyone else's dogma.
Ultimately I'm an Integralist in that I favor taking a comprehensive viewpoint and in that I'm attracted to Nondualism. I've studied Ken Wilber for many years and have at times used it as a model for personal practice. It's through Integral theory that I can include all aspects of myself as being equally important.
I don't believe in the idea of religion (a load of stories invented by humans to control other humans, although I won't say religion is all bad because the ten commandments, excepting what it says about how to worship God, seem a good template to follow for a happy society), but I believe in a higher power. Sometimes I'm even a bit tempted to believe in fate, but I like to think fate pushes us yet we have the ability to change it if we like.
I just sometimes feel that I'm not alone (spiritually) and I can't explain it.