You guys are more obvious trolls than ever now that there's less people visiting the forum or bothering to stick around.
I guess you must like it that way. It must work for you.
Carry on without me.
The work of all religions is not evidence and reason, freedom and equality, but entrancement.
We long to be free from the claims of evidence and reason, we long to be entranced.
Fortunately in the modern world we have many choices for our entrancement, from TV to the gymnasium, from junk food to smoking, from driving to cruise ships, from novels to sport, from power politics to warfare, and many other entrancements. Our traditional entrancement is religion. And religions have honed their ability to entrance over centuries using the best artists and musicians. For instance, the Mass is exquisitely designed to induce a trance in the parishioners.
And naturally we hate those who seek to wake us from our entrancement.
The following data is sourced from CAPT, which promotes MBTI research. Take note of two things before taking this data as gospel: one, the statistics are sourced from the USA, which is a fairly religious country as opposed to a highly irreligious country such as Estonia, and two, there's a considerable difference between saying you are religious and actually making religion the central focus of your life.
The top ranking types who said they definitely did not believe in a higher power were:
The top ranking types who said they were "not sure" were:
The top ranking types who said they did believe in a higher power were:
So, it seems that F and J contribute the most to religiosity, while N and T contribute the most to irreligiosity. Between the NTs, the NTJs were more decisive about not believing in a higher power, whereas the NTPs tended more towards agnosticism.
As for the FJs, religious occupations were ranked highest on preferred occupations for INFJ, followed by ENFJ.
I think NFPs would have an above average tendency towards religious beliefs, but unlike the NFJs, their beliefs would tend more towards a looser spiritual framework that doesn't necessarily view one religion as more true than the other. There would be a greater emphasis on "personal truths". A lot of the new age crowd would fall under the NFP label.