This is a classic mistake. You want to persuade yourself you're an INTJ because, for a reason or another, you perceive them as the ideal type.
But you know, no one can be sure of its own type unless he checked different point of views, not only what our Ego say or want.
"How we want to be", is not the same as "How we really are".
Most MBTI tests show us only how we want to be, and just as Haphazard pointed, once your MBTI innocence is gone, it's easy to be in self-denial.
You know, I'm telling you this because I made the same mistake, and because several other people did. I wanted to be an ENFP, but when I listened other points of views (those of my friends, for instance), I realized some points wouldn't fit. Wandering and Sciski noticed the same trend, and my first reaction was not to understand what they were trying to say. But after a while, I realized they might be right after all.
That's what you need: other points of views.
So be wise for a change and listen.
Let's be brutally honest. I've checked many times the INTJ forum, and the least I can say is that you always were the odd one. You didn't look at all like other so-called INTJs:
You are very emotional, INTJ's aren't.
You are very egocentric and irrational. INTJs aren't.
You are very religious. The vast majority of INTJs aren't.
You take every criticism as a personal offense. Most INTJs don't care.
Compared to the average INTJ, you were unable to understand or notice flawed logic, and you never were aware how easy it was to emotionally manipulate you, since most of your answers simply were out of any proportions, out of context.
I don't know your type. I'd say ISFJ but I could be wrong.
But what I know, is that pretending to be another type than our real one is pointless, and dangerous. Especially when every evidences are against that possibility.
There are no better type than the other. No type is inherently superior. But I'd say being an healthy ISFJ, an ISFJ who knows who he really is, is far better than being a very dysfunctional INTJ.
I know you want to be a "panther", the smartest, the coolest, the most dangerous, but that's only a idealized self-portrait.
As for myself, there are many points I don't like with the idea of being an ENTP. I know my flaws, it's always difficult to accept them. But at least, I now know what demons I have to fight.
"Know thyself" -Socrates