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Andrei in the office
lordandrei

No really, I gave the honest answers

I'm not sure what throws me the most. Personally, I think it's the fact that i make a better Christian Scientist than I do a Jew.

Fun.

1.%-* Unitarian Universalism (100%) 2.%-* Mahayana Buddhism (98%) 3.%-* Liberal Quaker (96%) 4.%-* Neo-Paganism (94%) 5.%-* Liberal Protestant (90%) 6.%-* New Age (88%) 7.%-* Theravada Buddhism (88%) 8.%-* Taoism (78%) 9.%-* New Thought (70%) 10.%-* Bah%)''%*" (68%) 11.%-* Hinduism (67%) 12.%-* Christian Science (Church of Christ, Scientist) (66%) 13.%-* Secular Humanism (66%) 14.%-* Reform Judaism (62%) 15.%-* Jainism (59%) 16.%-* Sikhism (59%) 17.%-* Scientology (57%) 18.%-* Orthodox Quaker (49%) 19.%-* Atheism and Agnosticism (38%) 20.%-* Latter-day Saint (Mormon) (38%) 21.%-* Conservative Protestant (33%) 22.%-* Orthodox Judaism (29%) 23.%-* Jehovah's Witness (25%) 24.%-* Seventh Day Adventist (23%) 25.%-* Islam (20%) 26.%-* Eastern Orthodox (13%) 27.%-* Roman Catholic (13%)


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I'm not sure what throws me the most. Personally, I think it's the fact that i make a better Christian Scientist than I do a Jew.

What, being born into a particular religion should automatically grant high scores for it? :-) The ex-Catholic in me objects to the notion. (Ok, I'll admit I don't know what would cause you to score highly for Christian Scientist, if 66% is considered high.)

Monica aka Shira bat Avraham v'Sarah...

...an excellent observation. I did leave out the 10 year seach for a faith that made more sense to me. I'll agree that the whole Christain Science thing does unsettle me. I'll have to write them to add my faith and see how close I get to actually practicing it ;)

Not to pry, but you brought it up... so your comment implies that you have a particular (named) faith, but that it's not one of the ones on their list. Care to share its identity? Just curious. (There are definitely things missing from their list, and also things on their list that I have no clue about, so we know it's far from complete.)

I've been pracitcing "Thelema" for about 4 years now. It's a philosophy that sits very well with me. But I often tend to come off as the 'white' sheep in the group. I tend not to deify the authors of the literature.

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