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Whats your ideal belief system?

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http://www.selectsmart.com/RELIGION/

I did this and here are my results.

1. New Age (100%) Books, etc. Information link

2. Hinduism (92%) Books, etc. Information link

3. Unitarian Universalism (92%) Books, etc. Information link

4. Taoism (89%) Books, etc. Information link

5. Mahayana Buddhism (85%) Books, etc. Information link

6. New Thought (85%) Books, etc. Information link

7. Neo-Pagan (77%) Books, etc. Information link

8. Christian Science Church of Christ, Scientist (74%) Books, etc. Information link

9. Theravada Buddhism (71%) Books, etc. Information link

10. Jainism (70%) Books, etc. Information link

11. Liberal Quakers - Religious Society of Friends (63%) Books, etc. Information link

12. Scientology (61%) Books, etc. Information link

13. Sikhism (50%) Books, etc. Information link

14. Mainline - Liberal Christian Protestants (46%) Books, etc. Information link

15. Secular Humanism (46%) Books, etc. Information link

16. Non-theist (35%) Books, etc. Information link

17. Reform Judaism (29%) Books, etc. Information link

18. Orthodox Quaker - Religious Society of Friends (22%) Books, etc. Information link

19. Bahai (7%) Books, etc. Information link

20. Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints (Mormons) (7%) Books, etc. Information link

21. Jehovahs Witness (7%) Books, etc. Information link

22. Seventh Day Adventist (7%) Books, etc. Information link

23. Mainline - Conservative Christian Protestant (4%) Books, etc. Information link

24. Orthodox Judaism (3%) Books, etc. Information link

25. Eastern Orthodox (0%) Books, etc. Information link

26. Islam (0%) Books, etc. Information link

27. Roman Catholic (0%) Books, etc. Information link

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Mine were

1. Hinduism (100%) Books, etc. Information link

2. Jainism (92%) Books, etc. Information link

3. Mahayana Buddhism (82%) Books, etc. Information link

4. New Age (79%) Books, etc. Information link

5. Neo-Pagan (76%) Books, etc. Information link

6. Unitarian Universalism (72%) Books, etc. Information link

7. Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints (Mormons) (68%) Books, etc. Information link

8. Orthodox Quaker - Religious Society of Friends (68%) Books, etc. Information link

9. Orthodox Judaism (63%) Books, etc. Information link

10. Liberal Quakers - Religious Society of Friends (59%) Books, etc. Information link

11. Sikhism (59%) Books, etc. Information link

12. Seventh Day Adventist (57%) Books, etc. Information link

13. Bahai (56%) Books, etc. Information link

14. Islam (56%) Books, etc. Information link

15. Theravada Buddhism (54%) Books, etc. Information link

16. New Thought (52%) Books, etc. Information link

17. Mainline - Liberal Christian Protestants (51%) Books, etc. Information link

18. Christian Science Church of Christ, Scientist (50%) Books, etc. Information link

19. Eastern Orthodox (48%) Books, etc. Information link

20. Reform Judaism (48%) Books, etc. Information link

21. Roman Catholic (48%) Books, etc. Information link

22. Jehovahs Witness (44%) Books, etc. Information link

23. Mainline - Conservative Christian Protestant (44%) Books, etc. Information link

24. Secular Humanism (41%) Books, etc. Information link

25. Scientology (39%) Books, etc. Information link

26. Taoism (34%) Books, etc. Information link

27. Non-theist (30%) Books, etc. Information link

I found the questionaire poorly formed and obviously designed to push towards certain groups.

I often found it hard to find relevant answers, but i tried to answer as accurately and honestly as i could.

I am not suprised by the results as they resemble ones from similar surveys i have done.

I am a christian by choice but one who freely admits he would be just as at home in a vriety of cultural/religious millieus.

I am reassured that non theist came at the bottom No god is simply not possible given my life context. As a biblically based christian it is not suprising that i have much n common with jews. I also keep the sabbath day and worship most commonly (when i do) within a seventh day adventist church group (my wife is an adventist) but i see that as simply honouring, accurately and honestly, all of gods commandments. Growing up in the hippie era it is not suprising some of my leanings are new age and as a lifestyle i certainly admire many of the eastern religions like buddhism which live out their spiritual beliefs in reality. (although i have never heard of some of the ones in the top 10)

Like wise, despite some critical differences, i have a great deal of respect for quakers and neo pagans, for different reasons.

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Pretty cool. I have no idea what some of these are :lol:

Your Results: Email Your Results (See link below this list)

1. New Age (100%) Books, etc. Information link

2. Unitarian Universalism (98%) Books, etc. Information link

3. Liberal Quakers - Religious Society of Friends (93%) Books, etc. Information link

4. Mahayana Buddhism (90%) Books, etc. Information link

5. Neo-Pagan (84%) Books, etc. Information link

6. Christian Science Church of Christ, Scientist (82%) Books, etc. Information link

7. Mainline - Liberal Christian Protestants (80%) Books, etc. Information link

8. New Thought (80%) Books, etc. Information link

9. Taoism (80%) Books, etc. Information link

10. Theravada Buddhism (72%) Books, etc. Information link

11. Reform Judaism (72%) Books, etc. Information link

12. Jainism (69%) Books, etc. Information link

13. Hinduism (68%) Books, etc. Information link

14. Scientology (64%) Books, etc. Information link

15. Sikhism (61%) Books, etc. Information link

16. Secular Humanism (59%) Books, etc. Information link

17. Orthodox Quaker - Religious Society of Friends (55%) Books, etc. Information link

18. Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints (Mormons) (48%) Books, etc. Information link

19. Orthodox Judaism (48%) Books, etc. Information link

20. Bahai (46%) Books, etc. Information link

21. Islam (43%) Books, etc. Information link

22. Jehovahs Witness (42%) Books, etc. Information link

23. Non-theist (38%) Books, etc. Information link

24. Seventh Day Adventist (31%) Books, etc. Information link

25. Mainline - Conservative Christian Protestant (29%) Books, etc. Information link

26. Eastern Orthodox (21%) Books, etc. Information link

27. Roman Catholic (21%) Books, etc. Information link

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Seems fairly accurate for the most part.

1. Secular Humanism (100%) Books, etc. Information link

2. Unitarian Universalism (90%) Books, etc. Information link

3. Liberal Quakers - Religious Society of Friends (84%) Books, etc. Information link

4. Non-theist (69%) Books, etc. Information link

5. Mainline - Liberal Christian Protestants (65%) Books, etc. Information link

6. Theravada Buddhism (62%) Books, etc. Information link

7. Neo-Pagan (57%) Books, etc. Information link

8. New Age (51%) Books, etc. Information link

9. Taoism (48%) Books, etc. Information link

10. Reform Judaism (48%) Books, etc. Information link

11. Orthodox Quaker - Religious Society of Friends (44%) Books, etc. Information link

12. Mahayana Buddhism (42%) Books, etc. Information link

13. Sikhism (35%) Books, etc. Information link

14. New Thought (33%) Books, etc. Information link

15. Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints (Mormons) (29%) Books, etc. Information link

16. Jainism (28%) Books, etc. Information link

17. Scientology (27%) Books, etc. Information link

18. Christian Science Church of Christ, Scientist (25%) Books, etc. Information link

19. Bahai (22%) Books, etc. Information link

20. Hinduism (20%) Books, etc. Information link

21. Seventh Day Adventist (18%) Books, etc. Information link

22. Eastern Orthodox (14%) Books, etc. Information link

23. Islam (14%) Books, etc. Information link

24. Jehovahs Witness (14%) Books, etc. Information link

25. Orthodox Judaism (14%) Books, etc. Information link

26. Roman Catholic (14%) Books, etc. Information link

27. Mainline - Conservative Christian Protestant (12%) Books, etc. Information link

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Hmm...seems I should be a reformed Jew.

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1. Secular Humanism (100%) Books, etc. Information link

2. Unitarian Universalism (82%) Books, etc. Information link

3. Liberal Quakers - Religious Society of Friends (78%) Books, etc. Information link

4. Non-theist (73%) Books, etc. Information link

5. Mainline - Liberal Christian Protestants (64%) Books, etc. Information link

6. Theravada Buddhism (53%) Books, etc. Information link

7. Reform Judaism (52%) Books, etc. Information link

8. Neo-Pagan (51%) Books, etc. Information link

9. New Age (44%) Books, etc. Information link

10. Taoism (42%) Books, etc. Information link

11. Orthodox Quaker - Religious Society of Friends (39%) Books, etc. Information link

12. Mahayana Buddhism (31%) Books, etc. Information link

13. New Thought (31%) Books, etc. Information link

14. Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints (Mormons) (30%) Books, etc. Information link

15. Scientology (30%) Books, etc. Information link

16. Christian Science Church of Christ, Scientist (28%) Books, etc. Information link

17. Sikhism (27%) Books, etc. Information link

18. Bahai (25%) Books, etc. Information link

19. Seventh Day Adventist (22%) Books, etc. Information link

20. Jainism (20%) Books, etc. Information link

21. Eastern Orthodox (18%) Books, etc. Information link

22. Islam (18%) Books, etc. Information link

23. Jehovahs Witness (18%) Books, etc. Information link

24. Orthodox Judaism (18%) Books, etc. Information link

25. Roman Catholic (18%) Books, etc. Information link

26. Mainline - Conservative Christian Protestant (15%) Books, etc. Information link

27. Hinduism (13%) Books, etc. Information link

Scientology at 30%? LOL

Nibs

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Brothers and sisters, a word please.

My Beliefs: http://www.selectsmart.com/RELIGION/

1. Unitarian Universalism (100%)

2. Secular Humanism (98%)

3. Liberal Quakers, Religious Society of Friends (87%)

4. Non-theist (75%)

5. Mainline Liberal Christian Protestants (70%)

6. Neo-Pagan (66%)

7. Reform Judaism (63%)

8. New Age (59%)

9. New Thought (56%)

10. Christian Science Church of Christ, Scientist (54%)

11. Scientology (48%)

12. Theravada Buddhism (48%)

Why is Liberal Christian Protestants listed between Non-Theists and Neo-Pagans?!

And I am frightened I scored 48% on Scientology, tied with Buddhism...

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1. Secular Humanism (100%) Books, etc. Information link

2. Liberal Quakers - Religious Society of Friends (83%) Books, etc. Information link

3. Unitarian Universalism (83%) Books, etc. Information link

4. Non-theist (77%) Books, etc. Information link

5. Mainline - Liberal Christian Protestants (62%) Books, etc. Information link

6. New Age (57%) Books, etc. Information link

7. Theravada Buddhism (52%) Books, etc. Information link

8. Neo-Pagan (47%) Books, etc. Information link

9. Taoism (44%) Books, etc. Information link

10. Reform Judaism (44%) Books, etc. Information link

11. Jainism (38%) Books, etc. Information link

12. New Thought (38%) Books, etc. Information link

13. Orthodox Quaker - Religious Society of Friends (37%) Books, etc. Information link

14. Mahayana Buddhism (33%) Books, etc. Information link

15. Christian Science Church of Christ, Scientist (32%) Books, etc. Information link

16. Scientology (29%) Books, etc. Information link

17. Hinduism (27%) Books, etc. Information link

18. Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints (Mormons) (26%) Books, etc. Information link

19. Sikhism (26%) Books, etc. Information link

20. Bahai (18%) Books, etc. Information link

21. Mainline - Conservative Christian Protestant (15%) Books, etc. Information link

22. Seventh Day Adventist (14%) Books, etc. Information link

23. Eastern Orthodox (11%) Books, etc. Information link

24. Islam (11%) Books, etc. Information link

25. Orthodox Judaism (11%) Books, etc. Information link

26. Roman Catholic (11%) Books, etc. Information link

27. Jehovahs Witness (3%) Books, etc. Information link

Accurate enough.

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Posted (edited)

1. Unitarian Universalism (100%)

2. Liberal Quakers - Religious Society of Friends (98%)

3. Secular Humanism (84%)

4. Mainline - Liberal Christian Protestants (80%)

5. New Thought (78%)

6. Reform Judaism (76%)

7. Christian Science Church of Christ, Scientist (72%)

8. New Age (72%)

9. Mahayana Buddhism (65%)

10. Neo-Pagan (65%)

11. Taoism (65%)

12. Orthodox Quaker - Religious Society of Friends (60%)

13. Scientology (60%)

14. Non-theist (56%)

15. Theravada Buddhism (53%)

16. Jainism (48%)

17. Bahai (44%)

18. Orthodox Judaism (44%)

19. Sikhism (41%)

20. Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints (Mormons) (39%)

21. Hinduism (39%)

22. Mainline - Conservative Christian Protestant (38%)

23. Islam (36%)

24. Seventh Day Adventist (34%)

25. Eastern Orthodox (23%)

26. Jehovahs Witness (23%)

27. Roman Catholic (23%)

on Unitarian Universalism http://www.selectsmart.com/RELIGION/UU.html

Edited by Lt_Ripley

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secular humanism..

this sums up how I live my life...

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I'm fairly certain I've done this test before, and the results were similar, but a couple of the questions have changed. The "good deeds" question is probably what skewed some of my results towards religion. Of course we should all do 'good deeds' but I suspect this question was scored towards religion. Anyway, here it is:

1. Secular Humanism (100%)

2. Unitarian Universalism (84%)

3. Liberal Quakers - Religious Society of Friends (80%)

4. Non-theist (70%)

5. Mainline - Liberal Christian Protestants (63%)

6. Neo-Pagan (58%)

7. Theravada Buddhism (54%)

8. New Age (51%)

9. Reform Judaism (48%)

10. Taoism (43%)

11. Orthodox Quaker - Religious Society of Friends (42%)

12. Mahayana Buddhism (32%)

13. New Thought (32%)

14. Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints (Mormons) (28%)

15. Sikhism (28%)

16. Jainism (27%)

17. Scientology (26%)

18. Christian Science Church of Christ, Scientist (24%)

19. Bahai (21%)

20. Hinduism (20%)

21. Seventh Day Adventist (17%)

22. Eastern Orthodox (14%)

23. Islam (14%)

24. Jehovahs Witness (14%)

25. Orthodox Judaism (14%)

26. Roman Catholic (14%)

27. Mainline - Conservative Christian Protestant (11%)

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Your Results:

1. Neo-Pagan (100%)

2. Theravada Buddhism (99%)

3. Unitarian Universalism (94%)

4. New Age (92%)

5. Taoism (87%)

6. Secular Humanism (85%)

7. Mahayana Buddhism (82%)

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

9. Mainline - Liberal Christian Protestants (72%)

10. New Thought (68%)

11. Reform Judaism (65%)

12. Sikhism (65%)

13. Non-theist (58%)

14. Christian Science Church of Christ, Scientist (58%)

15. Hinduism (55%)

16. Scientology (51%)

17. Jainism (48%)

18. Bahai (29%)

19. Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints (Mormons) (23%)

20. Orthodox Quaker - Religious Society of Friends (23%)

21. Mainline - Conservative Christian Protestant (19%)

22. Orthodox Judaism (15%)

23. Eastern Orthodox (13%)

24. Islam (13%)

25. Roman Catholic (13%)

26. Seventh Day Adventist (6%)

27. Jehovahs Witness (0%)

Interesting to say the least. Some that are on the list I do hold in high esteem. Others are placed well where they should be (according to my views) however, Scientology at 51%? How the %#$& can that be a part of my belief system when it leaves me with nothing more than a bitter disposition towards it? Scientology should be under Jehovahs Witness' in my views. Hmm... :unsure2: How rating got so high.

Is Dying a secretively, insecure, closet, Scientologist? :cry::no:

:devil:

Edited by Dying Seraph

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Brothers and sisters, a word please.

My Beliefs: http://www.selectsmart.com/RELIGION/

1. Unitarian Universalism (100%)

2. Secular Humanism (98%)

3. Liberal Quakers, Religious Society of Friends (87%)

4. Non-theist (75%)

5. Mainline Liberal Christian Protestants (70%)

6. Neo-Pagan (66%)

7. Reform Judaism (63%)

8. New Age (59%)

9. New Thought (56%)

10. Christian Science Church of Christ, Scientist (54%)

11. Scientology (48%)

12. Theravada Buddhism (48%)

Why is Liberal Christian Protestants listed between Non-Theists and Neo-Pagans?!

And I am frightened I scored 48% on Scientology, tied with Buddhism...

You're worried about 48% Scientologist? I got 51% I'm starting to wonder I'm an inadvertant Scientologist. :w00t::lol:

Perhaps we were brainwashed at the same place. :rolleyes:

:devil:

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I'm shocked, SHOCKED I tell you. Also, lol at Roman Catholicism being the lowest at 0% when I was raised Roman Catholic :( Sorry Father C.

1. Secular Humanism (100%) Books, etc. Information link

2. Unitarian Universalism (85%) Books, etc. Information link

3. Non-theist (82%) Books, etc. Information link

4. Liberal Quakers - Religious Society of Friends (70%) Books, etc. Information link

5. Theravada Buddhism (68%) Books, etc. Information link

6. Neo-Pagan (63%) Books, etc. Information link

7. New Age (57%) Books, etc. Information link

8. Mainline - Liberal Christian Protestants (56%) Books, etc. Information link

9. Taoism (40%) Books, etc. Information link

10. Mahayana Buddhism (38%) Books, etc. Information link

11. Reform Judaism (34%) Books, etc. Information link

12. New Thought (30%) Books, etc. Information link

13. Orthodox Quaker - Religious Society of Friends (26%) Books, etc. Information link

14. Christian Science Church of Christ, Scientist (21%) Books, etc. Information link

15. Scientology (21%) Books, etc. Information link

16. Hinduism (19%) Books, etc. Information link

17. Jainism (19%) Books, etc. Information link

18. Sikhism (17%) Books, etc. Information link

19. Bahai (8%) Books, etc. Information link

20. Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints (Mormons) (8%) Books, etc. Information link

21. Jehovahs Witness (8%) Books, etc. Information link

22. Seventh Day Adventist (8%) Books, etc. Information link

23. Mainline - Conservative Christian Protestant (5%) Books, etc. Information link

24. Eastern Orthodox (0%) Books, etc. Information link

25. Islam (0%) Books, etc. Information link

26. Orthodox Judaism (0%) Books, etc. Information link

27. Roman Catholic (0%) Books, etc. Information link

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1. Secular Humanism (100%) Books, etc. Information link

2. Non-theist (89%) Books, etc. Information link

3. Unitarian Universalism (88%) Books, etc. Information link

4. Liberal Quakers - Religious Society of Friends (74%) Books, etc. Information link

5. New Thought (70%) Books, etc. Information link

6. Neo-Pagan (65%) Books, etc. Information link

7. Christian Science Church of Christ, Scientist (64%) Books, etc. Information link

8. Scientology (64%) Books, etc. Information link

9. Mainline - Liberal Christian Protestants (64%) Books, etc. Information link

10. Mahayana Buddhism (59%) Books, etc. Information link

11. Reform Judaism (59%) Books, etc. Information link

12. Theravada Buddhism (59%) Books, etc. Information link

13. Taoism (56%) Books, etc. Information link

14. New Age (55%) Books, etc. Information link

15. Sikhism (40%) Books, etc. Information link

16. Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints (Mormons) (31%) Books, etc. Information link

17. Hinduism (28%) Books, etc. Information link

18. Mainline - Conservative Christian Protestant (27%) Books, etc. Information link

19. Bahai (25%) Books, etc. Information link

20. Eastern Orthodox (20%) Books, etc. Information link

21. Islam (20%) Books, etc. Information link

22. Orthodox Judaism (20%) Books, etc. Information link

23. Orthodox Quaker - Religious Society of Friends (20%) Books, etc. Information link

24. Roman Catholic (20%) Books, etc. Information link

25. Jainism (18%) Books, etc. Information link

26. Seventh Day Adventist (10%) Books, etc. Information link

27. Jehovahs Witness (5%) Books, etc. Information link

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Your Results: Email Your Results (See link below this list)

1. Orthodox Judaism (100%) Books, etc. Information link

2. Islam (95%) Books, etc. Information link

3. Eastern Orthodox (84%) Books, etc. Information link

4. Roman Catholic (84%) Books, etc. Information link

5. Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints (Mormons) (79%) Books, etc. Information link

6. Seventh Day Adventist (79%) Books, etc. Information link

7. Mainline - Conservative Christian Protestant (78%) Books, etc. Information link

8. Bahai (75%) Books, etc. Information link

9. Jehovahs Witness (73%) Books, etc. Information link

10. Reform Judaism (67%) Books, etc. Information link

11. Orthodox Quaker - Religious Society of Friends (62%) Books, etc. Information link

12. Mainline - Liberal Christian Protestants (50%) Books, etc. Information link

13. Sikhism (50%) Books, etc. Information link

14. Jainism (42%) Books, etc. Information link

15. Liberal Quakers - Religious Society of Friends (32%) Books, etc. Information link

16. Non-theist (28%) Books, etc. Information link

17. Hinduism (22%) Books, etc. Information link

18. Unitarian Universalism (18%) Books, etc. Information link

19. Secular Humanism (17%) Books, etc. Information link

20. Christian Science Church of Christ, Scientist (14%) Books, etc. Information link

21. Mahayana Buddhism (13%) Books, etc. Information link

22. Theravada Buddhism (13%) Books, etc. Information link

23. Scientology (11%) Books, etc. Information link

24. New Thought (8%) Books, etc. Information link

25. Neo-Pagan (2%) Books, etc. Information link

26. New Age (2%) Books, etc. Information link

27. Taoism (2%) Books, etc. Information link

According to this I should be an Orthodox Jew. However, I did rate the quiz at 0 stars because several of what I consider keys to my spiritual walk are not properly represented in the quiz.

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Your Results: Email Your Results (See link below this list)

1. Orthodox Judaism (100%) Books, etc. Information link

2. Islam (95%) Books, etc. Information link

3. Eastern Orthodox (84%) Books, etc. Information link

4. Roman Catholic (84%) Books, etc. Information link

5. Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints (Mormons) (79%) Books, etc. Information link

6. Seventh Day Adventist (79%) Books, etc. Information link

7. Mainline - Conservative Christian Protestant (78%) Books, etc. Information link

8. Bahai (75%) Books, etc. Information link

9. Jehovahs Witness (73%) Books, etc. Information link

10. Reform Judaism (67%) Books, etc. Information link

11. Orthodox Quaker - Religious Society of Friends (62%) Books, etc. Information link

12. Mainline - Liberal Christian Protestants (50%) Books, etc. Information link

13. Sikhism (50%) Books, etc. Information link

14. Jainism (42%) Books, etc. Information link

15. Liberal Quakers - Religious Society of Friends (32%) Books, etc. Information link

16. Non-theist (28%) Books, etc. Information link

17. Hinduism (22%) Books, etc. Information link

18. Unitarian Universalism (18%) Books, etc. Information link

19. Secular Humanism (17%) Books, etc. Information link

20. Christian Science Church of Christ, Scientist (14%) Books, etc. Information link

21. Mahayana Buddhism (13%) Books, etc. Information link

22. Theravada Buddhism (13%) Books, etc. Information link

23. Scientology (11%) Books, etc. Information link

24. New Thought (8%) Books, etc. Information link

25. Neo-Pagan (2%) Books, etc. Information link

26. New Age (2%) Books, etc. Information link

27. Taoism (2%) Books, etc. Information link

According to this I should be an Orthodox Jew. However, I did rate the quiz at 0 stars because several of what I consider keys to my spiritual walk are not properly represented in the quiz.

You did not like it, but it coincides with what the others say to you - that you are not a Christian. This test does not determine which church you belong to, but your concept of the world, and this one is not Christian at all, just has strong Christian element. Any religious doctrine has some grain of rationality in it, it is just many believers never get to it.

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You did not like it, but it coincides with what the others say to you - that you are not a Christian. This test does not determine which church you belong to, but your concept of the world, and this one is not Christian at all, just has strong Christian element. Any religious doctrine has some grain of rationality in it, it is just many believers never get to it.

:lol:

Let's see:

  • I was created by God to be in communion with Him.
  • I have chosen to do things from a self-centered standpoint and that disrupted the link between me and God
  • The price for being self-centered is death/Without that link I am doomed to cease to exist when I die
  • There is nothing I can do now to repair that life-giving link
  • But God, provided the necessary repair through the death of Christ
  • Christ's death is sufficient to pay for ALL of the sins of ALL mankind, all we have to do is accept that sacrifice
  • I accepted His gift and now have a direct link to the Father, through the Holy Spirit

Sounds like a Christian to me.

Marabod, the "quiz" is not actually a scientific accurate tool. You do understand that, don't you?

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Let's see:

  • I was created by God to be in communion with Him.
  • I have chosen to do things from a self-centered standpoint and that disrupted the link between me and God
  • The price for being self-centered is death/Without that link I am doomed to cease to exist when I die
  • There is nothing I can do now to repair that life-giving link
  • But God, provided the necessary repair through the death of Christ
  • Christ's death is sufficient to pay for ALL of the sins of ALL mankind, all we have to do is accept that sacrifice
  • I accepted His gift and now have a direct link to the Father, through the Holy Spirit

Sounds like a Christian to me.

Marabod, the "quiz" is not actually a scientific accurate tool. You do understand that, don't you?

Of course not an accurate tool. But it still gives the idea. Note, that the points you have formulated, DIFFER from the points of Nicene Creed, so you express the Symbol of Faith DIFFERENT fro the Christian one - and only to YOU it sounds Christian enough. This is not to insult you at all, this is just a fact, because a Christian in the same circumstances would've posted the Nicene Creed.

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1. Secular Humanism (100%) Books, etc. Information link

2. Unitarian Universalism (98%) Books, etc. Information link

3. Liberal Quakers - Religious Society of Friends (90%) Books, etc. Information link

4. Non-theist (72%) Books, etc. Information link

5. Mainline - Liberal Christian Protestants (71%) Books, etc. Information link

6. Neo-Pagan (67%) Books, etc. Information link

7. New Age (67%) Books, etc. Information link

8. Theravada Buddhism (67%) Books, etc. Information link

9. Reform Judaism (59%) Books, etc. Information link

10. Orthodox Quaker - Religious Society of Friends (57%) Books, etc. Information link

11. Taoism (55%) Books, etc. Information link

12. Sikhism (50%) Books, etc. Information link

13. Mahayana Buddhism (49%) Books, etc. Information link

14. Scientology (48%) Books, etc. Information link

15. New Thought (47%) Books, etc. Information link

16. Jainism (45%) Books, etc. Information link

17. Christian Science Church of Christ, Scientist (37%) Books, etc. Information link

18. Bahai (33%) Books, etc. Information link

19. Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints (Mormons) (29%) Books, etc. Information link

20. Hinduism (28%) Books, etc. Information link

21. Orthodox Judaism (27%) Books, etc. Information link

22. Islam (23%) Books, etc. Information link

23. Mainline - Conservative Christian Protestant (21%) Books, etc. Information link

24. Seventh Day Adventist (19%) Books, etc. Information link

25. Eastern Orthodox (13%) Books, etc. Information link

26. Jehovahs Witness (13%) Books, etc. Information link

27. Roman Catholic (13%) Books, etc. Information link

hmmmm...not sure what i should make of it.

fun quiz though.

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This was really neat. Im not sure what Reform Judaism is though...hmm...time to do some research!!! Hahha

1. Reform Judaism (100%) Books, etc. Information link

2. Orthodox Quaker - Religious Society of Friends (99%) Books, etc. Information link

3. Liberal Quakers - Religious Society of Friends (97%) Books, etc. Information link

4. Mainline - Liberal Christian Protestants (94%) Books, etc. Information link

5. Mainline - Conservative Christian Protestant (85%) Books, etc. Information link

6. Islam (81%) Books, etc. Information link

7. Orthodox Judaism (81%) Books, etc. Information link

8. Seventh Day Adventist (73%) Books, etc. Information link

9. Unitarian Universalism (71%) Books, etc. Information link

10. Bahai (71%) Books, etc. Information link

11. Eastern Orthodox (64%) Books, etc. Information link

12. Roman Catholic (64%) Books, etc. Information link

13. Neo-Pagan (62%) Books, etc. Information link

14. Jainism (59%) Books, etc. Information link

15. Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints (Mormons) (58%) Books, etc. Information link

16. Secular Humanism (56%) Books, etc. Information link

17. Sikhism (56%) Books, etc. Information link

18. New Age (52%) Books, etc. Information link

19. New Thought (49%) Books, etc. Information link

20. Mahayana Buddhism (45%) Books, etc. Information link

21. Hinduism (42%) Books, etc. Information link

22. Non-theist (41%) Books, etc. Information link

23. Jehovahs Witness (40%) Books, etc. Information link

24. Christian Science Church of Christ, Scientist (39%) Books, etc. Information link

25. Theravada Buddhism (37%) Books, etc. Information link

26. Taoism (33%) Books, etc. Information link

27. Scientology (33%) Books, etc. Information link

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Let's see:

  • I was created by God to be in communion with Him.
  • I have chosen to do things from a self-centered standpoint and that disrupted the link between me and God
  • The price for being self-centered is death/Without that link I am doomed to cease to exist when I die
  • There is nothing I can do now to repair that life-giving link
  • But God, provided the necessary repair through the death of Christ
  • Christ's death is sufficient to pay for ALL of the sins of ALL mankind, all we have to do is accept that sacrifice
  • I accepted His gift and now have a direct link to the Father, through the Holy Spirit

Sounds like a Christian to me.

Marabod, the "quiz" is not actually a scientific accurate tool. You do understand that, don't you?

why exactly?

not going to touch on the other parts of the post.

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1. Mahayana Buddhism (100%) Books, etc. Information link

2. New Age (94%) Books, etc. Information link

3. Taoism (91%) Books, etc. Information link

4. Hinduism (88%) Books, etc. Information link

5. New Thought (87%) Books, etc. Information link

6. Theravada Buddhism (85%) Books, etc. Information link

7. Unitarian Universalism (84%) Books, etc. Information link

8. Jainism (81%) Books, etc. Information link

9. Christian Science Church of Christ, Scientist (81%) Books, etc. Information link

10. Liberal Quakers - Religious Society of Friends (80%) Books, etc. Information link

11. Scientology (77%) Books, etc. Information link

12. Neo-Pagan (68%) Books, etc. Information link

13. Sikhism (65%) Books, etc. Information link

14. Mainline - Liberal Christian Protestants (59%) Books, etc. Information link

15. Orthodox Quaker - Religious Society of Friends (56%) Books, etc. Information link

16. Secular Humanism (54%) Books, etc. Information link

17. Bahai (50%) Books, etc. Information link

18. Reform Judaism (45%) Books, etc. Information link

19. Orthodox Judaism (43%) Books, etc. Information link

20. Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints (Mormons) (39%) Books, etc. Information link

21. Jehovahs Witness (39%) Books, etc. Information link

22. Islam (36%) Books, etc. Information link

23. Mainline - Conservative Christian Protestant (35%) Books, etc. Information link

24. Non-theist (33%) Books, etc. Information link

25. Seventh Day Adventist (31%) Books, etc. Information link

26. Eastern Orthodox (26%) Books, etc. Information link

27. Roman Catholic (26%) Books, etc. Information link

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Let's see:

  • I was created by God to be in communion with Him.
  • I have chosen to do things from a self-centered standpoint and that disrupted the link between me and God
  • The price for being self-centered is death/Without that link I am doomed to cease to exist when I die
  • There is nothing I can do now to repair that life-giving link
  • But God, provided the necessary repair through the death of Christ
  • Christ's death is sufficient to pay for ALL of the sins of ALL mankind, all we have to do is accept that sacrifice
  • I accepted His gift and now have a direct link to the Father, through the Holy Spirit

Sounds like a Christian to me.

Marabod, the "quiz" is not actually a scientific accurate tool. You do understand that, don't you?

No it sounds Old Testament so it is like Orthodox Judaism.

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Of course not an accurate tool. But it still gives the idea. Note, that the points you have formulated, DIFFER from the points of Nicene Creed, so you express the Symbol of Faith DIFFERENT fro the Christian one - and only to YOU it sounds Christian enough. This is not to insult you at all, this is just a fact, because a Christian in the same circumstances would've posted the Nicene Creed.

As several Christians have pointed out, the Nicene Creed is not God's official check list or anything. I don't see anything wrong with it, mind you, but if someone told me that I had to sign a copy of it, or swear to it in order to be confirmed as a Christian I would immediately renounce the title of Christian and simply keep the personal relationship with God.

why exactly?

not going to touch on the other parts of the post.

Can you expand your question, I'm not really understanding what you're asking.

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