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    1. Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints (Mormons) (100%)
    2. Jehovah's Witness (91%)
    3. Mainline to Conservative Christian/Protestant (71%)
    4. Baha'i Faith (63%)
    5. Orthodox Judaism (63%)
    6. Islam (57%)
    7. Mainline to Liberal Christian Protestants (56%)
    8. Sikhism (55%)
    9. Orthodox Quaker (52%)
    10. Eastern Orthodox (52%)
    11. Roman Catholic (52%)
    12. Reform Judaism (43%)
    13. Seventh Day Adventist (43%)
    14. Liberal Quakers (39%)
    15. Christian Science (Church of Christ, Scientist) (36%)
    16. Jainism (33%)
    17. Hinduism (30%)
    18. Unitarian Universalism (28%)
    19. New Thought (20%)
    20. Mahayana Buddhism (19%)
    21. Neo-Pagan (18%)
    22. Theravada Buddhism (18%)
    23. Scientology (15%)
    24. New Age (15%)
    25. Nontheist (12%)
    26. Secular Humanism (12%)
    27. Taoism (9%

    Snoopy is actually number 3, being a Morman while young must still play in my faith.

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    I have no idea what most of these religions are but I did look up Neo paganism and Neo Druidism. It is essentially, from what I can tell, the catch all for people with weird views of things that don't fit in with any other religion :P Some of it, at its base, is respect for nature, the idea that all things are connected, etc Neo Druidism almost fits what I believe, plus some reincarnation type ideas... which makes sense since buddhism is high on this list too.

    Universal Unitariamism is "support for a "free and responsible search for truth and meaning." Unitarian Universalists do not share a creed; rather, they are unified by their shared search for spiritual growth"

    1. Neo-Pagan/Neo Druidism (100%)
    2. Unitarian Universalism (98%)
    3. New Age (98%)
    4. Theravada Buddhism (97%)
    5. Mahayana Buddhism (88%)
    6. New Thought (80%)
    7. Liberal Quakers (77%)
    8. Secular Humanism (75%)
    9. Scientology (70%)
    10.Mainline to Liberal Christian Protestants (65%)
    11.Taoism (62%)
    12.Nontheist (49%)
    13.Reform Judaism (48%)
    14.Christian Science (Church of Christ, Scientist) (47%)
    15.Hinduism (47%)
    16.Sikhism (42%)
    17.Jainism (37%)
    18.Orthodox Quaker (32%)
    19.Baha'i Faith (23%)
    20.Orthodox Judaism (18%)
    21.Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints (Mormons) (9%)
    22.Mainline to Conservative Christian/Protestant (5%)
    23.Eastern Orthodox (0%)
    24.Islam (0%)
    25.Jehovah's Witness (0%)
    26.Roman Catholic (0%)
    27.Seventh Day Adventist (0%)

    AND last but not least... I have to point out that since I tend to believe in past lives and reincarnation (not in the sense that budhists do but something similar... the end goal as I see it is not to reach a particular state or being... but its too complex to write here right now) I found it extremely weird to be reading through the Neo Druidism (wikipedia) article and make some rather odd connections to my preferences when I was role playing online in DAOC.

    My favorite character was a Druid, but I chose it not really knowing what a 'druid' was, I just liked that they could have pets. This Druid character had a guild that I decided to give a Celtic name... and without any knowledge whatsoever of the symbolism... I chose the same exact symbol that appears on that page for my guild emblem out of 30+ symbols because I 'thought it looked cool'. The irony of the whole thing weirded me out a little and I'll need to digest this for a bit to determine if I just have an overactive imagination or if I believe there is some kind of connection. (All in all, I tend not to believe in coincidence since I also believe that everything is connected. My life has had too many 'coincidences' for me to ignore them.) As they say in Kung Fu Panda - "There are no accidents"

    Thats enough for now... and I'm off to do some pondering.
    Embrace the possibilities.

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    1. Mahayana Buddhism (100%)
    2. Scientology (96%)
    3. Theravada Buddhism (94%)
    4. New Thought (92%)
    5. Hinduism (85%)
    6. Unitarian Universalism (83%)
    7. Taoism (83%)
    8. New Age (81%)
    9. Neo-Pagan (80%)
    10. Christian Science (Church of Christ, Scientist) (75%)
    11. Sikhism (63%)
    12. Liberal Quakers (60%)
    13. Jainism (53%)
    14. Mainline to Liberal Christian Protestants (45%)
    15. Secular Humanism (32%)
    16. Reform Judaism (27%)
    17. Nontheist (21%)
    18. Orthodox Judaism (16%)
    19. Baha'i Faith (10%)
    20. Jehovah's Witness (10%)
    21. Orthodox Quaker (10%)
    22. Mainline to Conservative Christian/Protestant (5%)
    23. Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints (Mormons) (0%)
    24. Eastern Orthodox (0%)
    25. Islam (0%)
    26. Roman Catholic (0%)
    27. Seventh Day Adventist (0%)

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    Got me perfectly, I'm a Secular Humanist with Buddhist sympathies that is part of a UU congregation. I could be labeled either an Atheist or a Pantheist depending on the exact definition one uses.

    1. Unitarian Universalism (100%)
    2. Secular Humanism (99%)
    3. Theravada Buddhism (86%)
    4. Liberal Quakers (78%)
    5. Nontheist (73%)
    6. Neo-Pagan (70%)
    7. Mainline to Liberal Christian Protestants (62%)
    8. Taoism (59%)
    9. Mahayana Buddhism (56%)
    10. New Age (54%)
    11. Sikhism (48%)
    12. Jainism (44%)
    13. Reform Judaism (42%)
    14. Orthodox Quaker (42%)
    15. Hinduism (33%)
    16. Baha'i Faith (31%)
    17. Scientology (28%)
    18. New Thought (26%)
    19. Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints (Mormons) (25%)
    20. Christian Science (Church of Christ, Scientist) (22%)
    21. Mainline to Conservative Christian/Protestant (19%)
    22. Orthodox Judaism (19%)
    23. Seventh Day Adventist (19%)
    24. Eastern Orthodox (16%)
    25. Islam (16%)
    26. Roman Catholic (16%)
    27. Jehovah's Witness (10%)
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    Quote Originally Posted by pocket lint View Post
    While I was doing research on MBTI last year, I found this one Unitarian Universalist sermon that talked about MBTI types and spiritualities.
    That's interesting!
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    1. Baha'i Faith (100%)
    2. Reform Judaism (87%)
    3. Sikhism (86%)
    4. Orthodox Judaism (85%)
    5. Unitarian Universalism (83%)
    6. Liberal Quakers (82%)
    7. Islam (80%)
    8. Neo-Pagan (80%)
    9. New Age (73%)
    10. Hinduism (70%)
    11. Jainism (69%)
    12. Mainline to Liberal Christian Protestants (69%)
    13. Mahayana Buddhism (61%)
    14. New Thought (60%)
    15. Scientology (57%)
    16. Orthodox Quaker (55%)
    17. Christian Science (Church of Christ, Scientist) (47%)
    18. Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints (Mormons) (46%)
    19. Mainline to Conservative Christian/Protestant (44%)
    20. Theravada Buddhism (40%)
    21. Secular Humanism (38%)
    22. Seventh Day Adventist (36%)
    23. Eastern Orthodox (36%)
    24. Roman Catholic (36%)
    25. Jehovah's Witness (30%)
    26. Taoism (30%)
    27. Nontheist (29%)

    Yay! 100% Bahai! Now if only someone would tell me where I could join up round here...

    Oh, and I just love the fact that my scores for Nontheism and Jehovah's Witness-dom are at the bottom and about equal. The only thing the two approaches share so far as I'm concerned is that they tend to be both about equally literalist and dogmatic in their prejudices towards differing viewpoints Oh, well, it's about the right place for them in that case. Or maybe the test just sucks, of course
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    1. Neo-Pagan (100%)
    2. Unitarian Universalism (97%)
    3. New Age (91%)
    4. Mahayana Buddhism (87%)
    5. Liberal Quakers (80%)
    6. Hinduism (77%)
    7. New Thought (73%)
    8. Theravada Buddhism (71%)
    9. Secular Humanism (69%)
    10. Taoism (69%)
    11. Scientology (68%)
    12. Mainline to Liberal Christian Protestants (67%)
    13. Sikhism (64%)
    14. Reform Judaism (59%)
    15. Jainism (54%)
    16. Christian Science (Church of Christ, Scientist) (49%)
    17. Nontheist (45%)
    18. Orthodox Quaker (40%)
    19. Orthodox Judaism (28%)
    20. Baha'i Faith (24%)
    21. Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints (Mormons) (24%)
    22. Seventh Day Adventist (22%)
    23. Mainline to Conservative Christian/Protestant (18%)
    24. Eastern Orthodox (13%)
    25. Islam (13%)
    26. Roman Catholic (13%)
    27. Jehovah's Witness (8%)

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    1. Jehovah's Witness (100%)
    2. Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints (Mormons) (93%)
    3. Orthodox Judaism (81%)
    4. Islam (69%)
    5. Mainline to Conservative Christian/Protestant (68%)
    6. Eastern Orthodox (64%)
    7. Roman Catholic (64%)
    8. Baha'i Faith (62%)
    9. Seventh Day Adventist (62%)
    10. Orthodox Quaker (60%)
    11. Sikhism (60%)
    12. Jainism (50%)
    13. Mainline to Liberal Christian Protestants (49%)
    14. Reform Judaism (48%)
    15. Hinduism (46%)
    16. Liberal Quakers (46%)
    17. Unitarian Universalism (32%)
    18. Mahayana Buddhism (30%)
    19. Theravada Buddhism (28%)
    20. Christian Science (Church of Christ, Scientist) (27%)
    21. Neo-Pagan (26%)
    22. Secular Humanism (20%)
    23. New Age (20%)
    24. Nontheist (17%)
    25. New Thought (16%)
    26. Taoism (12%)
    27. Scientology (11%)

    Heh... nice.
    Ok i'll admit... i actually do read the bible
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    Interesting.

    1. Unitarian Universalism (100%)
    2. Mahayana Buddhism (92%)
    3. Liberal Quakers (88%)
    4. Neo-Pagan (85%)
    5. New Age (84%)
    6. Theravada Buddhism (81%)
    7. Taoism (79%)
    8. Hinduism (73%)
    9. Mainline to Liberal Christian Protestants (71%)
    10. New Thought (69%)
    11. Secular Humanism (62%)
    12. Scientology (61%)
    13. Christian Science (Church of Christ, Scientist) (59%)
    14. Jainism (58%)
    15. Reform Judaism (55%)
    16. Orthodox Quaker (50%)
    17. Sikhism (50%)
    18. Baha'i Faith (39%)
    19. Nontheist (36%)
    20. Seventh Day Adventist (26%)
    21. Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints (Mormons) (23%)
    22. Orthodox Judaism (23%)
    23. Mainline to Conservative Christian/Protestant (17%)
    24. Eastern Orthodox (15%)
    25. Islam (15%)
    26. Roman Catholic (15%)
    27. Jehovah's Witness (11%)

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    1. Unitarian Universalism (100%)
    2. Neo-Pagan (87%)
    3. New Age (85%)
    4. Liberal Quakers (75%)
    5. Theravada Buddhism (75%)
    6. Mahayana Buddhism (73%)
    7. Secular Humanism (71%)
    8. New Thought (70%)
    9. Scientology (67%)
    10. Christian Science (Church of Christ, Scientist) (60%)
    11. Hinduism (60%)
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