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    Default What is Your Spiritual Belief System?

    Spiritual Belief System Selector A Religion Selector
    What is Your Spiritual Belief System

    (my top 11 of 27)

    1. Secular Humanism (100%)



    2. Unitarian Universalism (89%)



    3. Liberal Quakers - Religious Society of Friends (77%)


    4. Non-theist (76%)


    5. Theravada Buddhism (61%)



    6. Mainline - Liberal Christian Protestants (60%)


    7. Taoism (59%)


    8. New Age (50%)


    9. Neo-Pagan (49%)


    10.Reform Judaism (45%)


    11. Mahayana Buddhism (43%)


    12. New Thought (40%)


    13. Orthodox Quaker - Religious Society of Friends (38%)


    14. Jainism (34%)

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    My top 12. I don't identify with any of these too closely, not even my top result. But as an approximation, it's interesting.

    1. Orthodox Quaker - Religious Society of Friends (100%)
    I'm not about to join the Society of Friends, but I do admire much of what they stand for.

    2. Seventh Day Adventist (91%)
    I disagree on quite a few theological points that are important to me. But I empathize with much of what they believe.

    3. Mainline - Conservative Christian Protestant (84%)
    Hmm. Many in my life would be disappointed this is number 3.

    4. Eastern Orthodox (64%)
    5. Roman Catholic (64%)
    Interesting that these scores are the same!

    6. Liberal Quakers - Religious Society of Friends (53%)
    7. Mainline - Liberal Christian Protestants (50%)
    Though I don't consider myself very "Liberal" in the social/spiritual sense, I'm not necessarily "Conservative" either.

    8. Hinduism (41%)
    9. Bahai (40%)
    10. Islam (35%)

    Interesting to me that these 3 religions got higher scores than Judaism... Not entirely sure why.

    11. Orthodox Judaism (31%)
    12. Reform Judaism (31%)
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    I can see this.

    1. Taoism (100%)
    2. Secular Humanism (96%)
    3. Unitarian Universalism (91%)
    4. Theravada Buddhism (84%)
    5. Liberal Quakers - Religious Society of Friends (81%)
    6. Mahayana Buddhism (81%)
    7. New Age (73%)
    8. Non-theist (72%)
    9. Neo-Pagan (70%)
    10. New Thought (58%)
    11. Mainline - Liberal Christian Protestants (51%)
    12. Hinduism (47%)
    13. Christian Science Church of Christ, Scientist (44%)
    14. Reform Judaism (43%)
    15. Sikhism (35%)
    16. Jainism (32%)
    17. Orthodox Quaker - Religious Society of Friends (30%)
    18. Scientology (28%)
    19. Seventh Day Adventist (14%)
    20. Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints (Mormons) (12%)
    21. Bahai (8%)
    22. Mainline - Conservative Christian Protestant (8%)
    23. Eastern Orthodox (0%)
    24. Islam (0%)
    25. Jehovahs Witness (0%)
    26. Orthodox Judaism (0%)
    27. Roman Catholic (0%)
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    1. Orthodox Quaker - Religious Society of Friends (100%)
    2. Mainline - Conservative Christian Protestant (86%)
    3. Seventh Day Adventist (84%)
    4. Eastern Orthodox (75%)
    5. Roman Catholic (75%)
    6. Mainline - Liberal Christian Protestants (58%)
    7. Hinduism (56%) More Info
    8. Liberal Quakers - Religious Society of Friends (54%)
    9. Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints (Mormons) (52%)
    10. Orthodox Judaism (48%)
    11. Jehovahs Witness (46%)
    12. Mahayana Buddhism (44%)
    13. Sikhism (42%)
    14. Islam (40%)
    15. Theravada Buddhism (40%)
    16. Neo-Pagan (37%)
    17. Reform Judaism (36%)
    18. Unitarian Universalism (34%)
    19. Bahai (34%)
    20. Scientology (32%)
    21. New Age (31%)
    22. Jainism (31%)
    23. Taoism (30%)
    24. New Thought (26%)
    25. Christian Science Church of Christ, Scientist (26%)
    26. Secular Humanism (21%)
    27. Non-theist (9%)

    interesting. I am an Evangelical Lutheran.

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    These are the top ten.

    1. New Age (100%)
    2. Unitarian Universalism (97%)
    3. Neo-Pagan (90%)
    4. New Thought (89%)
    5. Taoism (87%)
    6. Liberal Quakers - Religious Society of Friends (86%)
    7. Mahayana Buddhism (84%)
    8. Hinduism (81%)
    9. Sikhism (75%)
    10. Jainism (69%)
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    I'm muslim. A believer is half atheist. Because the creed is (cool word, like assasins creed): There is no God, except Allah (truth) and the prophet Muhammed is his messenger (reflector, reflected the truth in the Quran).

    I'm living in a fight between SEALS/like (Knight Templars) and Terrorists (Assasins). I'm an ex-assasin. I mean i had NDE. I'm still being "treated". I'm seeing life through a hidden gate.

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    1. Eastern Orthodox (100%)
    2. Roman Catholic (100%)
    3. Mainline - Conservative Christian Protestant (89%)
    4. Seventh Day Adventist (85%)
    5. Hinduism (77%)
    6. Jehovahs Witness (72%)
    7. Orthodox Quaker - Religious Society of Friends (71%)
    8. Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints (Mormons) (67%)
    9. Orthodox Judaism (64%)
    10. Islam (56%)
    11. Sikhism (52%)
    12. Jainism (45%)
    13. Theravada Buddhism (45%)
    14. Mahayana Buddhism (44%)
    15. Bahai (40%)
    16. Mainline - Liberal Christian Protestants (36%)
    17. Liberal Quakers - Religious Society of Friends (32%)
    18. Taoism (27%)
    19. Scientology (26%)
    20. Christian Science Church of Christ, Scientist (23%)
    21. Neo-Pagan (20%)
    22. Reform Judaism (18%)
    23. Unitarian Universalism (18%)
    24. New Thought (17%)
    25. New Age (15%)
    26. Non-theist (10%)
    27. Secular Humanism (3%)
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    1. Secular Humanism (100%)
    2. Unitarian Universalism (84%)
    3. Non-theist (80%)
    4. Liberal Quakers - Religious Society of Friends (73%)
    5. Mainline - Liberal Christian Protestants (63%)
    6. Theravada Buddhism (55%)
    7. Reform Judaism (51%)
    8. Taoism (51%)
    9. New Age (44%)
    10. New Thought (44%)
    11. Neo-Pagan (44%)
    12. Mahayana Buddhism (38%)
    13. Orthodox Quaker - Religious Society of Friends (36%)
    14. Scientology (36%)
    15. Christian Science Church of Christ, Scientist (34%)
    16. Bahai (28%)
    17. Sikhism (27%)
    18. Jainism (21%)
    19. Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints (Mormons) (17%)
    20. Mainline - Conservative Christian Protestant (16%)
    21. Islam (15%)
    22. Seventh Day Adventist (7%)
    23. Eastern Orthodox (5%)
    24. Orthodox Judaism (5%)
    25. Roman Catholic (5%)
    26. Hinduism (3%)
    27. Jehovahs Witness (0%)
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    Top 5:
    Secular Humanism (100%)
    Unitarian Universalism (84%)
    Non-theist (77%)
    Liberal Quakers - Religious Society of Friends (76%)
    Theravada Buddhism (63%)

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    I thought this quiz was really interesting and honestly I was thinking about this with the idea of posting here, and I guess I'll say it here...
    I don't really know what I believe in. I haven't read every biblical text there is, I am curious about religion. I like rosaries, I have read a bit of the bible... but right now, I don't know what I believe in, due to a personal situation. I've never really been religious. I once was agnostic, I've been atheist.. I don't know if I am a philosopher, but I find philosophy interesting. But I find myself with nothing to lean on, not that I'm necessarily looking for anything.

    Maybe I am agnostic, I don't know. I believe in that golden rule thing, but maybe I just repeat what others say and think it sounds good. I don't know.
    You don't look out there for God, something in the sky, you look in you.
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