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    Default MBTI and Islam

    Islam, definitely is one of the most misinterpreted religions in the world.
    Don't believe me?
    Watch news............ Boooooooooooooooom!

    "There goes another"

    Anyway, have you ever noticed how MBTI has and is been interpreted?
    Misinterpreted here and there don't you think?

    It's not that the theory is incorrect. It's the interpretations.

    "Am I a INTJ, am I a ISFJ?"

    Are common questions we all ask. "But how could I be a INTJ if I have obvious Ne?. I must be a INTP then"

    An INFJ would never do that.
    An ISTP would never hug me.
    An ESFJ would never understand.



    You see what is happening?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Curzon View Post
    You see what is happening?
    Err... what are you implying?
    Islam is sometimes misinterpreted, and MBTI is sometimes misinterpreted. So, your point is?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Litvyak View Post
    Err... what are you implying?
    Islam is sometimes misinterpreted, and MBTI is sometimes misinterpreted. So, your point is?
    They are both misinterpreted.
    But the theor/ies are there to be understood if could.

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    Are you asking how you think Islam fits into MBTII?

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    Quote Originally Posted by corey_vann View Post
    Are you asking how you think Islam fits into MBTII?
    By 'how you' if you meant me/Curzon...

    How can I ask you what you think, how I think??


    Don't understand you!

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    But if you meant to ask -
    How do you think Islam fits MBTI?

    Islam has a pretty black and white perspective on everything does it not? And MBTI is also been interpreted in a similar (not exactly black and white tho) manner.

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    I see, I mistyped. I still don't understand what you're trying to accomplish, though. Are you trying to establish the ways both Islam and MBTII are misinterpreted/understood and whether there are correlations or not?

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    Oh no I am not trying to say that there is a correlation.
    The misinterpretation part

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    Quote Originally Posted by Curzon View Post
    Oh no I am not trying to say that there is a correlation.
    The misinterpretation part
    So are you trying to relate MBTI to Islam or what?

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    I think curzon was just making a random correlation from the fact that Islam is misinterpreted as well as MBTI and that oversimplifications and false stereotypes are assumed within both categories. You are a Muslim, so you must believe x, y, z. You are an XXXX, so you must believe/do x, y, z.

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