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    Yeah, ENFJ. Very much outwardly directed. And Christianity in general is far more fe than ni.

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    ENFJ 2w1 Sx/So.
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    ENFJ like Mandela, Gandhi, Martin Luther King and other notable heroes.
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    He was very likely a fictional character (or a person who has been so twisted over time that the depiction of him is completely without basis) so I would guess ENFJ.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Emotionalogic View Post
    Yeah, ENFJ. Very much outwardly directed. And Christianity in general is far more fe than ni.
    what the religion that grew out of his teachings is now is irrelevant to what his type would've been. remember, no one during Jesus' lifetime considered his belief system a new religion, just an outgrowth of Judaism.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Lyedecker View Post
    what the religion that grew out of his teachings is now is irrelevant to what his type would've been. remember, no one during Jesus' lifetime considered his belief system a new religion, just an outgrowth of Judaism.
    Jesus was an ENFJ. And Christianity *IS* very much Fe. Now If only Christians were Christ like..

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    What if we just don't understand what Jesus was really like? Perhaps we have yet to really reach him. As such, maybe we should avoid jumping to conclusions regarding his full scope. We may actually need some redemptive quality like Love to open the door to his Light and see the full spectrum. And maybe we're even in the process of building the Kingdom. We could even achieve Immortality while threading webs with stories shooting off in into any type of direction beyond end.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RaptorWizard View Post
    We may actually need some redemptive quality like Love to open the door to his Light and see the full spectrum.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nights and Days View Post
    Jesus was an ENFJ. And Christianity *IS* very much Fe. Now If only Christians were Christ like..
    That depends on which subsect of Christianity you're referring to
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    INFP

    And here is why not INFJ:

    Jesus wasn't organized. He never systematized his followers. He never insisted on any one particular ritual. He didn't appear to fit into any mold at all. He could be seen as a wandering bum. He never campaigned for followers. He never worked within the system of church or government that existed back in those times--and an INFJ would. INFJs work within the system. Jesus didn't become a church leader so he could preach his message. Fe vs. Fi. Fe exists within the pre-laid-out protocol of society. It thinks in terms of agreed upon standards. Fi, however, couldn't care less if all the rules are broken, and that's exactly what happened. Jesus pissed the shit out of the existing power structure. His message was clearly beyond social structure.

    INFPs are true rebels at heart, much moreso than INFJs. It's an INFP who could stand for something so heretical, so without precedent, but so connected to the heart. INFPs cut their own path, as a defining characteristic. INFJs, by all accounts I have seen, are smart and compassion focused and everything, but they are society people, they strive to live lives that fit into a more well-defined context, and they don't tend to isolate themselves from the system.

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