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    Default which mbti types are most likely to believe in god to least likely

    which mbti types are most likely to believe in god to least likely ?

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    esfj ------ > intp

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    Quote Originally Posted by deathwarmedup View Post
    esfj ------ > intp
    what's the order of all 16 ? and how are you sure ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by yarin63 View Post
    what's the order of all 16 ?
    No idea.

    and how are you sure ?
    I'm not, but I hope you find out someday.

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    i would guess that sensors are more likely to take to organized religion than intuitives.

    God is a different matter though. A creator god that judges you for your sins? A formless force that drives all existence? It could define on the definition

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    Any type can be religious or non-religious. A lot of stereotypes suggest SJ is the most likely to get involved with organized religion, since they enjoy tradition usually. NTs are usually considered least likely to be religious. NFs tend to fall in the middle. ESFJ is stereotypically associated with very religious people.

    but keep in mind any type can be religious.


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    I'm an intp and i didn't believe in god when i was 7 years old using just my logic thinking .
    Now i think that the human is so stupid and their knowlodges is so little that we need to create a new concept for god ( Stupid people trying to define god with 2000 years old concepts ) and even with that is almost impossible to analize anything outside our planet.

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    This is anecdotal, but growing up in a Christian church, I saw a lot of SJs (all types) and SFPs, followed by NFPs and NFJs. There were comparatively fewer STPs and almost no NTs. A lot of people I meet who are interested in the spiritual and mystical (but not so much the Judeo-Christian concept of God) are SFPs, NFs, and, to a lesser degree, NTs. In my own experience, most likely to be atheists: NTs, STPs, and, to a lesser degree, NFJs. As a Protestant Christian myself, I have often felt very alone, and it's always a pleasure when I meet the rare INTP who shares my beliefs.
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    Most likely NF types
    Least likely ST types

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    Quote Originally Posted by Alice in Blunderland View Post
    This is anecdotal, but growing up in a Christian church, I saw a lot of SJs (all types) and SFPs, followed by NFPs and NFJs. There were comparatively fewer STPs and almost no NTs. A lot of people I meet who are interested in the spiritual and mystical (but not so much the Judeo-Christian concept of God) are SFPs, NFs, and, to a lesser degree, NTs. In my own experience, most likely to be atheists: NTs, STPs, and, to a lesser degree, NFJs. As a Protestant Christian myself, I have often felt very alone, and it's always a pleasure when I meet the rare INTP who shares my beliefs.
    That's a cool perspective to here! I think a lot of people assume logic and religion do not mix, but I've known some very logical people who are religious. A church preacher I knew, I am fairly sure he is actually an ENTP. He shows most of the characteristics. And I think you NTs can have really unique perspectives on how religion plays in with logic and practical matters.


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