Religion is a broad subject, but many of them share some common elements, such as a belief in objective morality, a spiritual realm, the immortality of consciousness and eternal consequences.
This thread is not about the truth, or lack thereof, of any religion so please keep it on track and don't derail it into another religion vs atheism discussion.
I'm curious if a religious upbringing encourages a more intuitive perspective of life, rather than sensing. Especially for the religiously devout, nearly every decision one makes has a broader implication that is filtered through a value system that emphasizes the importance of eternity over the fleeting, corporeal existence of our senses. Seemingly inconsequential matters like what to eat or wear become issues of epic proportions, resulting in damnation or salvation, in the minds of believers. To the overly zealous, functioning in society and tending to one's physical needs becomes problematic on the quest to acquire a spiritual reward at the expense of carnal pleasures.
Are intuitives more drawn to religion/spirituality in pursuit of a deeper meaning to life? Do sensors find it more challenging to focus on religious philosophy that seeks to answer questions which exist outside of the day-to-day happenings of this present reality?