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Which belief system fits your views best

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posted on Jun, 13 2008 @ 12:34 PM
Found this on another form, thought I would pass it along here, as it was kinda fun.

It's a questionnaire/quiz that asks you about your views on different issues and lets you know which religion would best suit you and your beliefs.

It doesn't take much time (5-15 minutes)

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posted on Jun, 13 2008 @ 12:35 PM
Here were my results:

1. Neo-Pagan (100%)
2. New Age (92%)
3. Unitarian Universalism (90%)
4. Secular Humanism (89%)
5. Liberal Quakers (86%)
6. Mahayana Buddhism (75%)
7. Taoism (74%)
8. Mainline to Liberal Christian Protestants (69%)
9. Scientology (66%)
10. New Thought (62%)
11. Theravada Buddhism (61%)
12. Nontheist (56%)
13. Reform Judaism (51%)
14. Orthodox Quaker (48%)
15. Christian Science (Church of Christ, Scientist) (43%)
16. Hinduism (38%)
17. Sikhism (38%)
18. Jainism (36%)
19. Bahá'í Faith (28%)
20. Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints (Mormons) (19%)
21. Seventh Day Adventist (16%)
22. Orthodox Judaism (15%)
23. Mainline to Conservative Christian/Protestant (12%)
24. Jehovah's Witness (9%)
25. Eastern Orthodox (6%)
26. Islam (6%)
27. Roman Catholic (6%)

posted on Jun, 13 2008 @ 09:35 PM

Mainline to Liberal Christian Protestants (100%)

that was my number 1 result.

posted on Jun, 14 2008 @ 01:52 AM
1. Neo-Pagan (100%)
2. New Age (92%)
3. Mahayana Buddhism (91%)
4. Unitarian Universalism (86%)
5. Liberal Quakers (81%)
6. Theravada Buddhism (80%)
7. Hinduism (74%)
8. New Thought (66%)
9. Mainline to Liberal Christian Protestants (66%)
10. Sikhism (65%)
11. Taoism (61%)
12. Scientology (60%)
13. Secular Humanism (55%)
14. Christian Science (Church of Christ, Scientist) (53%)
15. Reform Judaism (52%)
16. Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints (Mormons) (49%)
17. Bahá'í Faith (49%)
18. Orthodox Judaism (48%)
19. Jainism (47%)
20. Orthodox Quaker (42%)
21. Eastern Orthodox (39%)
22. Roman Catholic (39%)
23. Mainline to Conservative Christian/Protestant (35%)
24. Jehovah's Witness (33%)
25. Nontheist (30%)
26. Seventh Day Adventist (28%)
27. Islam (23%)

posted on Jun, 14 2008 @ 02:11 AM
Holy cr@pola! I see Hinduism as my number one choice at one hundred percent, followed by New Thought, Unitarian Universalism and (yech) Scientology. [Xenu, you better not be knocking at my door!] I don't know how accurate this 'test' is but I did mine rather quickly.

1. Hinduism (100%)
2. New Thought (89%)
3. Unitarian Universalism (83%)
4. Scientology (82%)
5. Mahayana Buddhism (81%)
6. Reform Judaism (79%)
7. Orthodox Judaism (77%)
8. Liberal Quakers (76%)
9. Christian Science (Church of Christ, Scientist) (76%)
10. Neo-Pagan (73%)
11. Sikhism (72%)
12. Mainline to Liberal Christian Protestants (66%)
13. Islam (64%)
14. New Age (63%)
15. Theravada Buddhism (62%)
16. Jainism (60%)
17. Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints (Mormons) (58%)
18. Mainline to Conservative Christian/Protestant (54%)
19. Taoism (53%)
20. Bahá'í Faith (52%)
21. Eastern Orthodox (48%)
22. Roman Catholic (48%)
23. Orthodox Quaker (45%)
24. Jehovah's Witness (43%)
25. Seventh Day Adventist (43%)
26. Secular Humanism (38%)
27. Nontheist (33%)

posted on Jun, 14 2008 @ 06:02 AM
1. Mainline to Conservative Christian/Protestant (94%)
2. Orthodox Quaker (91%)
3. Eastern Orthodox (91%)
4. Roman Catholic (91%)
5. Seventh Day Adventist (90%)
6. Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints (Mormons) (65%)
7. Mainline to Liberal Christian Protestants (63%)
8. Orthodox Judaism (62%)
9. Hinduism (58%)
10. Islam (55%)
11. Jehovah's Witness (50%)
12. Liberal Quakers (49%)
13. Sikhism (47%)
14. Bahá'í Faith (43%)
15. Jainism (42%)
16. Mahayana Buddhism (40%)
17. Unitarian Universalism (40%)
18. Theravada Buddhism (39%)
19. Neo-Pagan (33%)
20. Reform Judaism (31%)
21. New Age (26%)
22. Secular Humanism (25%)
23. Christian Science (Church of Christ, Scientist) (24%)
24. Scientology (20%)
25. Taoism (19%)
26. Nontheist (19%)
27. New Thought (14%)

Also sometimes referred to as traditionalist, orthodox, fundamentalist, or evangelical. This is an umbrella term for Protestant denominations, or churches within denominations, which are Bible-centered, viewing the Holy Bible as the final and only authority, the inerrant Word of God, interpreted literally as law. There are more than 2,000 Protestant denominations offering a wide range of beliefs, from extremely liberal to mainline to ultra-conservative, and those that include characteristics on both ends. Examples include some churches within Pentecostal, Southern Baptist, fundamentalist, evangelical, Lutheran, etc. Anglican/Episcopalian is often regarded as a "bridge" denomination between Roman Catholic and Protestant.

• Belief in Deity
Most Conservative Protestants believe God is incorporeal, omnipresent spirit--a Trinity of the Father (God), the Son (Christ), and the Holy Spirit that comprises one God Almighty.

• Incarnations
Jesus Christ is God's only incarnation. He is the Son of God and God, both fully divine and fully human, part of the Trinity of the Father, the Son, and the Holy Spirit, which comprises one God Almighty.

• Origin of Universe and Life
The biblical book of Genesis is inerrant. God created the universe and all life forms from nothing in less than 7 days, less than 10,000 years ago--not as revealed by modern science. Many resolve the conflict between scientific evidence and the book of Genesis with the contention that God created the appearance of evolution (perhaps as a test of faith), or that scientific evidence is faulty.

• After Death
Saved souls experience the bliss of heaven and unsaved souls the torture of hell. On Judgment Day, Jesus Christ will resurrect the dead, reunite body and soul, and judge each for eternity in heaven, or on a restored, paradisiacal earth, or in hell. Some believe the souls of the dead will remain "asleep" until the resurrection and final judgment.

• Why Evil?
The original sin of Adam and Eve caused all to inherit sinfulness. Some Conservative Protestants believe that only relatively few people will be saved. The work and influence of Satan prevail among the unsaved and/or those who lack complete faith in Jesus Christ as Lord and Savior.

• Salvation
Salvation is granted by the grace of God alone, through faith in Jesus Christ alone as Lord and Savior--not through "works" such as moral behavior, good deeds, and generally not through sacraments. Some believe that once saved, or born again, always saved. Many Conservative Protestants regard baptism, when performed, as a practice for adult believers, rather than infants/children, as it is not considered a sacrament for salvation but an act of commitment to the fellowship. However, some churches do regard certain sacraments as very important components on the path to salvation (e.g. Evangelical Lutheran Church of America), including infant baptism, regarding baptism as a miracle from God that creates faith in the heart. Some Protestants regard baptism as a washing away of sin, which may be repeated. Among most, confession/repentance is considered personal, between the individual and God, unless a public sin is involved, and confession to a pastor, when offered, is optional. Some use exorcism to remove indwelling evil spirits. Pentecostalists believe that speaking in tongues is a gift from God as evidence of having been born again, and some regard it as the only evidence of having been born again. Preaching the gospel, the Word of God, is often regarded as a means for building faith in Christ.

• Undeserved Suffering
Some suffering is caused by the inheritance of mortality originating from Adam and Eve's disobedience to God, which includes vulnerability to illness and disease. Also, Satan rules the earth, causing pain and suffering. Many believe that suffering is God's design to test, teach, or strengthen belief in Him; the greater the suffering of innocent believers, the greater will be their reward after life.

• Contemporary Issues
Abortion is considered murder. Positions among denominations on divorce vary from unacceptability of divorce and remarriage to acceptance of divorce in certain situations and remarriage.

This is what it said about me. I don't exactly go to a church cause I travel a lot, so I study on my own. So I don't really know anything about this type of church it is describing above or anything. I didn't get to go much as a child. My parents didn't take us. However, I do know when I go to church I look for churches that teaches out of the KJV. I taught myself starting at the age of 9 I'm 40 now. I was studying my Bible when I was called by God and was saved beside my bed as a child.

[edit on 14-6-2008 by Shar]

posted on Jun, 14 2008 @ 07:14 AM
Here are my results .

1. Secular Humanism (100%)
2. Unitarian Universalism (93%)
3. Nontheist (84%)
4. Liberal Quakers (76%)
5. Mainline to Liberal Christian Protestants (71%)
6. Theravada Buddhism (69%)
7. Neo-Pagan (66%)
8. Reform Judaism (65%)
9. New Age (52%)
10. Scientology (52%)
11. Taoism (51%)
12. New Thought (50%)
13. Sikhism (45%)
14. Christian Science (Church of Christ, Scientist) (43%)
15. Bahá'í Faith (40%)
16. Orthodox Quaker (40%)
17. Mahayana Buddhism (40%)
18. Islam (38%)
19. Mainline to Conservative Christian/Protestant (38%)
20. Orthodox Judaism (38%)
21. Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints (Mormons) (36%)
22. Eastern Orthodox (28%)
23. Roman Catholic (28%)
24. Jainism (26%)
25. Seventh Day Adventist (23%)
26. Hinduism (18%)
27. Jehovah's Witness (12%)

I took test and the results turned out to be a little more interesting then I expected . Since I am an Atheist only the top three results are of any real relevance. The only differences listed between an Nonthiest and Secular Humanists is there stance on poverty and the environment . The truth be told I fit more into the pure Atheist or rather Noniest in this case because the questions concerning the environment and poverty were quiet general .

I must admit that I hadn't heard of Unitarian Universalists before from the little I read they seem to be an interesting soup of differnt points of view . I am not aware of Unitarian Universalists having any kind of presence in this part of the world .

posted on Jun, 14 2008 @ 11:18 AM

1. Mainline to Liberal Christian Protestants (100%)
2. Liberal Quakers (95%)
3. Unitarian Universalism (88%)
4. Bahá'í Faith (84%)
5. Reform Judaism (69%)

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