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« on: April 09, 2012, 01:17:25 am »
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Found this: http://www.selectsmart.com/RELIGION/ 20 questions, but it took longer than I expected.

My results:

   1.    Liberal Quakers - Religious Society of Friends   (100%)          
        2.    Unitarian Universalism   (97%)       
   3.    Orthodox Quaker - Religious Society of Friends   (86%)          
   4.    Theravada Buddhism   (85%)          
   5.    Taoism   (84%)          
   6.    Mainline - Liberal Christian Protestants   (84%)          
   7.    Mahayana Buddhism   (81%)          
   8.     Jainism   (80%)          
   9.     Hinduism   (76%)          
   10.    Secular Humanism   (75%)          
   11.    Sikhism   (71%)          
   12.    Reform Judaism   (68%)          
   13.    New Thought   (68%)          
   14.    Christian Science Church of Christ, Scientist   (59%)    
   15.    Bahai   (59%)          
   16.    Neo-Pagan   (58%)          
   17.    Seventh Day Adventist   (56%)          
        18.    Scientology   (56%)          
   19.    New Age   (54%)          
   20.    Non-theist   (52%)          
   21.    Mainline - Conservative Christian Protestant   (51%)          
   22.    Islam   (42%)          
   23.    Eastern Orthodox   (41%)          
   24.    Roman Catholic   (41%)          
   25.    Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints (Mormons)   (31%)    
   26.    Orthodox Judaism   (31%)          
   27.    Jehovah"s Witness   (13%)

I must say, I was surprised at some of these results. Scientology higher than Roman Catholic? Tongue I guess the top results aren't surprising though.
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« Reply #1 on: April 09, 2012, 01:23:10 am »
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I have less than a 10% match with most of the major branches of the Abrahamic religion. Funny how I do a bit better with Mormons.

   1.    Secular Humanism   (100%)          
   2.    Unitarian Universalism   (88%)          
   3.    Non-theist   (74%)          
   4.    Liberal Quakers - Religious Society of Friends   (73%)          
   5.    Mainline - Liberal Christian Protestants   (54%)          
   6.    Taoism   (54%)          
   7.    Neo-Pagan   (50%)          
   8.    Theravada Buddhism   (48%)          
   9.    New Age   (45%)          
   10.    Reform Judaism   (41%)          
   11.    Orthodox Quaker - Religious Society of Friends   (31%)          
   12.    Sikhism   (31%)          
   13.    Mahayana Buddhism   (29%)          
   14.    New Thought   (29%)          
   15.    Jainism   (25%)          
   16.    Scientology   (23%)          
   17.    Christian Science Church of Christ, Scientist   (20%)          
   18.    Bahai   (17%)          
   19.    Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints (Mormons)   (17%)          
   20.    Hinduism   (14%)          
   21.    Seventh Day Adventist   (11%)          
   22.    Mainline - Conservative Christian Protestant   (8%)          
   23.    Eastern Orthodox   (5%)          
   24.    Islam   (5%)          
   25.    Jehovahs Witness   (5%)          
   26.    Orthodox Judaism   (5%)          
   27.    Roman Catholic   (5%)
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« Reply #2 on: April 09, 2012, 06:39:22 am »
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The test is ancient and tells orthodox Muslims that they are Sikhs. That said, I haven't taken it in ages, so here's todays unweighted result:

1.    Taoism   (100%)          
2.    Liberal Quakers - Religious Society of Friends   (90%)          
3.    Unitarian Universalism   (84%)          
4.    New Age   (79%)          
5.    Mahayana Buddhism   (76%)          
6.    Neo-Pagan   (69%)          
7.    Hinduism   (68%)          
8.    Theravada Buddhism   (65%)          
9.    Secular Humanism   (60%)          
10.    New Thought   (57%)          
11.    Christian Science Church of Christ, Scientist   (52%)          
12.    Jainism   (49%)          
13.    Mainline - Liberal Christian Protestants   (47%)          
14.    Sikhism   (46%)          
15.    Scientology   (43%)          
16.    Reform Judaism   (36%)          
17.    Non-theist   (35%)          
18.    Orthodox Quaker - Religious Society of Friends   (35%)          
19.    Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints (Mormons)   (21%)          
20.    Jehovahs Witness   (21%)          
21.    Seventh Day Adventist   (21%)          
22.    Mainline - Conservative Christian Protestant   (17%)          
23.    Bahai   (10%)          
24.    Eastern Orthodox   (10%)          
25.    Islam   (10%)          
26.    Orthodox Judaism   (10%)          
27.    Roman Catholic   (10%)
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1.  Secular Humanism   (100%)   
2.  Unitarian Universalism   (85%)   
3.  Non-theist   (81%)   
4.  Liberal Quakers - Religious Society of Friends   (70%)   
5.  Mainline - Liberal Christian Protestants   (55%)   
6.  Taoism   (48%)   
7.  Theravada Buddhism   (44%)   
8.  Reform Judaism   (42%)   
9.  Neo-Pagan   (41%)   
10.  New Age   (37%)   
11.  Orthodox Quaker - Religious Society of Friends   (31%)   
12.  New Thought   (30%)   
13.  Scientology   (27%)   
14.  Sikhism   (27%)   
15.  Mahayana Buddhism   (25%)   
16.  Bahai   (22%)   
17.  Christian Science Church of Christ, Scientist   (22%)   
18.  Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints (Mormons)   (19%)   
19.  Jainism   (18%)   
20.  Mainline - Conservative Christian Protestant   (11%)   
21.  Islam   (11%)   
22.  Seventh Day Adventist   (8%)   
23.  Eastern Orthodox   (7%)   
24.  Orthodox Judaism   (7%)   
25.  Roman Catholic   (7%)   
26.  Hinduism   (5%)   
27.  Jehovahs Witness   (0%)
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1. Secular Humanism   (100%)   
2. Unitarian Universalism   (87%)   
3. Non-theist   (85%)   
4. Liberal Quakers - Religious Society of Friends   (69%)   
5. Mainline - Liberal Christian Protestants   (62%)   
6. Theravada Buddhism   (51%)   
7. Reform Judaism   (50%)   
8. Taoism   (46%)   
9. Neo-Pagan   (42%)   
10. New Age   (38%)   
11. New Thought   (37%)   
12. Mahayana Buddhism   (29%)   
13. Sikhism   (28%)   
14. Orthodox Quaker - Religious Society of Friends   (28%)   
15. Christian Science Church of Christ, Scientist   (24%)   
16. Bahai   (20%)   
17. Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints (Mormons)   (20%)   
18. Scientology   (20%)   
19. Mainline - Conservative Christian Protestant   (14%)   
20. Eastern Orthodox   (11%)   
21. Islam   (11%)   
22. Orthodox Judaism   (11%)   
23. Roman Catholic   (11%)   
24. Jainism   (8%)   
25. Seventh Day Adventist   (8%)   
26. Hinduism   (1%)   
27. Jehovahs Witness   (0%)   

My actual top results are right, but a few other things show this test is crap. I'm more compatible with Scientology than Hinduism? Frankly I'd probably rather be a Hindu than any number of things I'm supposedly more compatible with here, even if it meant I couldn't eat beef anymore.
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« Reply #5 on: April 09, 2012, 10:53:14 am »
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1. Secular Humanism   (100%)   
2. Unitarian Universalism   (87%)   
3. Non-theist   (85%)   
4. Liberal Quakers - Religious Society of Friends   (69%)   
5. Mainline - Liberal Christian Protestants   (62%)   
6. Theravada Buddhism   (51%)   
7. Reform Judaism   (50%)   
8. Taoism   (46%)   
9. Neo-Pagan   (42%)   
10. New Age   (38%)   
11. New Thought   (37%)   
12. Mahayana Buddhism   (29%)   
13. Sikhism   (28%)   
14. Orthodox Quaker - Religious Society of Friends   (28%)   
15. Christian Science Church of Christ, Scientist   (24%)   
16. Bahai   (20%)   
17. Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints (Mormons)   (20%)   
18. Scientology   (20%)   
19. Mainline - Conservative Christian Protestant   (14%)   
20. Eastern Orthodox   (11%)   
21. Islam   (11%)   
22. Orthodox Judaism   (11%)   
23. Roman Catholic   (11%)   
24. Jainism   (8%)   
25. Seventh Day Adventist   (8%)   
26. Hinduism   (1%)   
27. Jehovahs Witness   (0%)   

My actual top results are right, but a few other things show this test is crap. I'm more compatible with Scientology than Hinduism? Frankly I'd probably rather be a Hindu than any number of things I'm supposedly more compatible with here, even if it meant I couldn't eat beef anymore.

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I got the same results. Agree with the fact that the test falls apart at times and I'd pick Hinduism over Scientology (and other faiths too)
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« Reply #6 on: April 09, 2012, 11:04:55 am »
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1.    Liberal Quakers - Religious Society of Friends   (100%)          
2.    Mainline - Liberal Christian Protestants   (99%)          
3.    Unitarian Universalism   (96%)          
4.    Reform Judaism   (94%)          
5.    Orthodox Quaker - Religious Society of Friends   (89%)          
6.    Secular Humanism   (79%)          
7.    Neo-Pagan   (69%)          
8.    Sikhism   (66%)          
9.    New Thought   (62%)          
10.    Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints (Mormons)   (60%)          
11.    Orthodox Judaism   (60%)          
12.    Eastern Orthodox   (58%)          
13.    Roman Catholic   (58%)          
14.    Taoism   (58%)          
15.    Bahai   (57%)          
16.    Mahayana Buddhism   (56%)          
17.    Theravada Buddhism   (55%)          
18.    Seventh Day Adventist   (52%)          
19.    Mainline - Conservative Christian Protestant   (51%)          
20.    New Age   (51%)          
21.    Scientology   (51%)          
22.    Hinduism   (48%)          
23.    Islam   (46%)          
24.    Non-theist   (46%)          
25.    Christian Science Church of Christ, Scientist   (40%)          
26.    Jainism   (33%)          
27.    Jehovahs Witness   (27%)          


Surprising results for me actually.  Interesting to note that the religion I was raised as (Roman Catholic) is thirteenth on the list, even after LDS, a church which I have previously thought I had very little in common with. 
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« Reply #7 on: April 09, 2012, 12:01:32 pm »
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Hey it got my #1 pretty accurate:

1.     Mainline - Liberal Christian Protestants    (100%)
2.     Liberal Quakers - Religious Society of Friends    (90%)
3.     Orthodox Quaker - Religious Society of Friends    (88%)
4.     Reform Judaism    (77%)
5.     Unitarian Universalism    (72%)
6.     Neo-Pagan    (62%)
7.     Seventh Day Adventist    (59%)
8.     New Thought    (58%)
9.     Bahai    (58%)
10.     Mainline - Conservative Christian Protestant    (57%)
11.     Taoism    (56%)
12.     Mahayana Buddhism    (55%)
13.     Eastern Orthodox    (54%)
14.     Roman Catholic    (54%)
15.     Theravada Buddhism    (53%)
16.     New Age    (51%)
17.     Secular Humanism    (44%)
18.     Islam    (44%)
19.     Christian Science Church of Christ, Scientist    (42%)
20.     Scientology    (41%)
21.     Sikhism    (39%)
22.     Orthodox Judaism    (39%)
23.     Hinduism    (37%)
24.     Jainism    (35%)
25.     Non-theist    (29%)
26.     Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints (Mormons)    (20%)
27.     Jehovahs Witness    (17%)
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 1. Orthodox Quaker - Religious Society of Friends   (100 %) 
 2. Mainline - Liberal Christian Protestants    (93 %) 
 3. Liberal Quakers - Religious Society of Friends    (87 %) 
 4. Mainline - Conservative Christian Protestant   (71 %) 
 5. Reform Judaism   (71 %) 
 6. Unitarian Universalism   (71 %) 
 7. Seventh Day Adventist    (70 %) 
 8. Eastern Orthodox   (68 %) 
 9. Roman Catholic   (68 %) 
 10. Bahai   (66 %) 
 11. New Thought   (55 %) 
 12. Orthodox Judaism   (53 %) 
 13. Sikhism   (53 %) 
 14. Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints (Mormons)   (50 %) 
 15. Islam   (47 %) 
 16. Neo-Pagan    (46 %) 
 17. Christian Science Church of Christ, Scientist   (45 %) 
 18. Hinduism   (44 %) 
 19. Scientology   (39 %) 
 20. Mahayana Buddhism    (38 %) 
 21. Jainism   (34 %) 
 22. New Age    (34 %) 
 23. Secular Humanism   (34 %) 
 24. Taoism   (30 %) 
 25. Theravada Buddhism   (29 %) 
 26. Non-theist   (24 %) 
 27. Jehovahs Witness   (20 %) 

a lot of the questions didn't have any answer that I liked. For example, calling God either corporeal or incorporeal is problematic in Christianity.  One answer to a question I thought was pretty good: "Wrongdoing occurs because God gave us free will plus a weak side, or a drive to satisfy personal needs, which sometimes results in wrongful choices."
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a lot of the questions didn't have any answer that I liked. For example, calling God either corporeal or incorporeal is problematic in Christianity.

Yeah, I think that was thrown in though just to distinguish from Mormons who clearly believe in God being corporeal, Jehovah's Witnesses too I think.

One answer to a question I thought was pretty good: "Wrongdoing occurs because God gave us free will plus a weak side, or a drive to satisfy personal needs, which sometimes results in wrongful choices."

I also liked that (and chose it).
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1.  Unitarian Universalism   (100%)             
 2.  Taoism   (96%)             
 3.  Liberal Quakers - Religious Society of Friends   (88%)             
 4.  New Thought   (86%)             
 5.  Reform Judaism   (86%)             
 6.  Mahayana Buddhism   (83%)             
 7.  Mainline - Liberal Christian Protestants   (82%)             
 8.  New Age   (81%)             
 9.  Neo-Pagan   (80%)             
 10.  Sikhism   (80%)             
 11.  Theravada Buddhism   (79%)             
 12.  Secular Humanism   (75%)             
 13.  Scientology   (70%)             
 14.  Christian Science Church of Christ, Scientist   (68%)             
 15.  Non-theist   (60%)             
 16.  Bahai   (50%)             
 17.  Jainism   (46%)             
 18.  Hinduism   (43%)             
 19.  Orthodox Quaker - Religious Society of Friends   (43%)             
 20.  Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints (Mormons)   (35%)             
 21.  Mainline - Conservative Christian Protestant   (26%)             
 22.  Orthodox Judaism   (25%)             
 23.  Eastern Orthodox   (25%)             
 24.  Roman Catholic   (25%)             
 25.  Islam   (23%)             
 26.  Seventh Day Adventist   (10%)             
 27.  Jehovahs Witness   (0%) 
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13.  Scientology   (70%)

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1.    Orthodox Quaker - Religious Society of Friends   (100%)          
      
   2.    Liberal Quakers - Religious Society of Friends   (87%)          
      
   3.    Mainline - Liberal Christian Protestants (84%)          
      
   4.    Seventh Day Adventist   (83%)          
      
   5.    Hinduism   (79%)          
      
   6.    Sikhism   (73%)          
      
   7.    Unitarian Universalism   (72%)          
      
   8.    Eastern Orthodox   (69%)          
      
   9.    Roman Catholic   (69%)          
      
   10.    Jainism   (67%)          
      
   11.    Mainline - Conservative Christian Protestant   (65%)          
      
   12.    Neo-Pagan   (61%)          
      
   13.    Bahai   (61%)          
      
   14.    Orthodox Judaism   (60%)          
      
   15.    Reform Judaism   (60%)          
      
   16.    Mahayana Buddhism   (59%)          
      
   17.    Taoism   (57%)          
      
   18.    Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints (Mormons)   (52%)          
      
   19.    Theravada Buddhism   (51%)          
      
   20.    Islam   (50%)          
      
   21.    New Age   (49%)          
      
   22.    Jehovahs Witness   (48%)          
      
   23.    New Thought   (43%)          
      
   24.    Christian Science Church of Christ, Scientist   (39%)          
      
   25.    Scientology   (37%)          
      
   26.    Secular Humanism   (36%)          
      
   27.    Non-theist   (17%)
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4.    Seventh Day Adventist   (83%)          

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« Reply #14 on: April 11, 2012, 12:37:20 am »
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1.     Secular Humanism   (100%)
2.     Unitarian Universalism   (88%)
3.     Non-theist   (76%)
4.     Liberal Quakers - Religious Society of Friends   (71%)
5.     Theravada Buddhism   (60%)
6.     Taoism   (59%)
7.     Mainline - Liberal Christian Protestants   (54%)
8.     Neo-Pagan   (54%)
9.     New Age   (49%)
10.     Reform Judaism   (42%)
11.     Mahayana Buddhism   (40%)
12.     New Thought   (33%)
13.     Scientology   (33%)
14.     Orthodox Quaker - Religious Society of Friends   (28%)
15.     Sikhism   (26%)
16.     Christian Science Church of Christ, Scientist   (23%)
17.     Jainism   (20%)
18.     Hinduism   (15%)
19.     Bahai   (13%)
20.     Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints (Mormons)   (13%)
21.     Jehovahs Witness   (6%)
22.     Seventh Day Adventist   (6%)
23.     Mainline - Conservative Christian Protestant   (4%)
24.     Orthodox Judaism   (2%)
25.     Eastern Orthodox   (0%)   
26.     Islam   (0%)
27.     Roman Catholic   (0%)

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« Reply #15 on: April 11, 2012, 12:38:39 am »
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4.    Seventh Day Adventist   (83%)          

That's weird.

I know. Everything else in the top six or seven made sense to me but I thought Mahayana should have been higher and I'm really not terribly well-versed in Adventist thought.
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« Reply #16 on: April 11, 2012, 12:42:36 am »
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By the way this is about how I perceive it myself:

1.    Mainline - Liberal Christian Protestants     
     
   2.    Orthodox Quaker - Religious Society of Friends 
     
   3.    Liberal Quakers - Religious Society of Friends   
     
   4.    Eastern Orthodox       
     
   5.    Mahayana Buddhism
     
   6.    Roman Catholic
     
   7.    Sikhism
     
   8.   Hinduism               
     
   9.    Unitarian Universalism
     
   10.    Jainism     
     
   11.    Mainline - Conservative Christian Protestant       
     
   12.    Neo-Pagan
     
   13.    Bahai     
     
   14.    Orthodox Judaism
     
   15.    Reform Judaism
     
   16.    Seventh Day Adventist     
     
   17.    Taoism
     
   18.    Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints (Mormons)
     
   19.    Theravada Buddhism
     
   20.    Islam
     
   21.    New Age
     
   22.    Jehovahs Witness
     
   23.    New Thought
     
   24.    Christian Science Church of Christ, Scientist
     
   25.    Scientology
     
   26.    Secular Humanism     
     
   27.    Non-theist
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« Reply #17 on: April 11, 2012, 01:52:13 am »
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1. Secular Humanism   (100%)             
2. Unitarian Universalism   (87%)          
3. Non-theist   (80%)          
4. Liberal Quakers - Religious Society of Friends   (75%)          
5. Mainline - Liberal Christian Protestants   (60%)          
6. Theravada Buddhism   (55%)          
7. Taoism   (53%)          
8. Neo-Pagan   (46%)          
9. New Age   (45%)          
10. Reform Judaism   (45%)          
11. Orthodox Quaker - Religious Society of Friends   (39%)          
12. Mahayana Buddhism   (37%)          
13. New Thought   (37%)          
14. Scientology   (31%)          
15. Christian Science Church of Christ, Scientist   (29%)          
16. Bahai   (26%)          
17. Jainism   (26%)          
18. Sikhism   (24%)          
19. Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints (Mormons)   (17%)          
20. Islam   (14%)          
21. Mainline - Conservative Christian Protestant   (14%)          
22. Seventh Day Adventist   (13%)          
23. Hinduism   (7%)          
24. Eastern Orthodox   (5%)          
25. Jehovahs Witness   (5%)          
26. Orthodox Judaism   (5%)          
27. Roman Catholic   (5%)
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« Reply #18 on: April 11, 2012, 07:00:08 pm »
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1. Orthodox Quaker (100%)
2. Liberal Quaker (80%)
3. Mainline - Liberal Christian Protestants (70%)
4. Seventh Day Adventist (68%)
5. Mainline - Conservative Christian Protestants (62%)
6. Unitarian Universalism (59%)
7. Reform Judaism (53%)
8. Theravada Buddhism (51%)
9. Sikhism (49%)
10. Taoism (48%)
11. Bahai (47%)
12. Secular Humanism (47%)
13. Eastern Orthodox (46%)
14. Roman Catholic (46%)
15. Mahayana Buddhism (45%)
16. Neo-Pagan (45%)
17. Hinduism (42%)
18. Islam (41%)
19. LDS (40%)
20. Jainism (39%)
21. New Age (39%)
22. Scientology (37%)
23. New Thought (36%)
24. Non-Theist (30%)
25. Orthodox Judaism (30%)
26. Christian Science (29%)
27. Jehovahs Witness (22%)

I was pretty liberal with the "None of the above" option, as a lot of these weren't worded exactly right for me, so I imagine that's probably why a lot of these fall into the 30-50% range. I find it interesting that an Evangelical Christianity option isn't on here (unless it's under "Mainline - Conservative Christian Protestants," which would be semantically incorrect).
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« Reply #19 on: April 11, 2012, 07:19:01 pm »
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1.  Orthodox Quaker - Religious Society of Friends   (100%)             
2.  Mainline - Conservative Christian Protestant   (85%)               
3.  Mainline - Liberal Christian Protestants   (79%)               
4.  Eastern Orthodox   (76%)             
5.  Roman Catholic   (76%)               
6.  Seventh Day Adventist   (74%)             
7.  Liberal Quakers - Religious Society of Friends   (67%)             
8.  Islam   (62%)             
9.  Bahai   (59%)             
10.  Reform Judaism   (53%)             
11.  Orthodox Judaism   (52%)             
12.  Unitarian Universalism   (49%)             
13.  Sikhism   (46%)               
14.  Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints (Mormons)   (43%)               
15.  Hinduism   (39%)             
16.  Jainism   (34%)               
17.  New Age   (33%)               
18.  New Thought   (32%)               
19.  Neo-Pagan   (31%)               
20.  Scientology   (31%)               
21.  Mahayana Buddhism   (30%)             
22. Theravada Buddhism   (30%)               
23.  Taoism   (26%)               
24.  Christian Science Church of Christ, Scientist   (26%)               
25.  Secular Humanism   (25%)               
26.  Non-theist   (25%)             
27.  Jehovahs Witness   (23%)               
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« Reply #20 on: April 11, 2012, 07:30:37 pm »
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It seems like a lot of us religiously broad-minded but still in some ways fairly traditional folks on here get Orthodox Quaker as our top answer.
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« Reply #21 on: April 12, 2012, 12:43:14 am »
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I find it interesting that an Evangelical Christianity option isn't on here (unless it's under "Mainline - Conservative Christian Protestants," which would be semantically incorrect).

Yeah that really bugged me and is stupid wording. They obviously were trying to avoid oversimplifying ala mainline = liberal, evangelical = conservative, but simplified just as much in an even stupider way.
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« Reply #22 on: April 17, 2012, 11:21:51 am »
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Apparently I'm a Unitarian.  Smiley

   1.    Unitarian Universalism   (100%)          
      
   2.    Mahayana Buddhism   (89%)          
      
   3.    Neo-Pagan   (87%)          
      
   4.    New Age   (82%)          
      
   5.    Liberal Quakers - Religious Society of Friends   (81%)          
      
   6.    Taoism   (80%)          
      
   7.    Hinduism   (74%)          
      
   8.    New Thought   (74%)          
      
   9.    Theravada Buddhism   (65%)          
      
   10.    Secular Humanism   (64%)          
      
   11.    Christian Science Church of Christ, Scientist   (63%)          
      
   12.    Jainism   (61%)          
      
   13.    Sikhism   (61%)          
      
   14.    Reform Judaism   (56%)          
      
   15.    Mainline - Liberal Christian Protestants   (54%)          
      
   16.    Scientology   (51%)          

   17.    Non-theist   (36%)          
      
   18.    Orthodox Quaker - Religious Society of Friends   (27%)          
      
   19.    Bahai   (25%)          
      
   20.    Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints (Mormons)   (25%)          
      
   21.    Islam   (17%)          
      
   22.    Jehovahs Witness   (17%)          
      
   23.    Orthodox Judaism   (17%)          
      
   24.    Mainline - Conservative Christian Protestant   (13%)          
      
   25.    Seventh Day Adventist   (12%)          
      
   26.    Eastern Orthodox   (8%)          
      
   27.    Roman Catholic   (8%)
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« Reply #23 on: April 17, 2012, 12:56:23 pm »
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1.     Hinduism   (100%)         
2.     Unitarian Universalism   (96%)         
3.     Mahayana Buddhism   (95%)         
4.     Neo-Pagan   (90%)         
5.     Theravada Buddhism   (75%)         
6.     Jainism   (73%)         
7.     Taoism   (72%)         
8.     Sikhism   (71%)         
9.     New Age   (66%)         
10.     Liberal Quakers - Religious Society of Friends   (64%)         
11.     New Thought   (56%)         
12.     Secular Humanism   (50%)         
13.     Orthodox Judaism   (48%)         
14.     Reform Judaism   (48%)         
15.     Mainline - Liberal Christian Protestants   (44%)         
16.     Scientology   (39%)         
17.     Orthodox Quaker - Religious Society of Friends   (39%)         
18.     Non-theist   (34%)         
19.     Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints (Mormons)   (33%)         
20.     Christian Science Church of Christ, Scientist   (32%)         
21.     Mainline - Conservative Christian Protestant   (31%)         
22.     Islam   (30%)         
23.     Seventh Day Adventist   (30%)         
24.     Bahai   (24%)         
25.     Eastern Orthodox   (22%)         
26.     Jehovahs Witness   (22%)         
27.     Roman Catholic   (22%)
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        1.     Roman Catholic   (100%)   
        2.     Eastern Orthodox   (100%)         
    3.     Hinduism   (93%)         
    4.     Orthodox Judaism   (85%)         
    5.     Seventh Day Adventist   (77%)         
    6.     Jainism   (75%)         
    7.     Sikhism   (71%)         
    8.     Islam   (70%)         
    9.     Orthodox Quaker - Religious Society of Friends   (70%)         
    10.     Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints (Mormons)   (66%)         
    11.     Mainline - Conservative Christian Protestant   (66%)         
    12.     Liberal Quakers - Religious Society of Friends   (63%)         
    13.     Bahai   (62%)         
    14.     Mainline - Liberal Christian Protestants   (62%)         
    15.     Unitarian Universalism   (62%)         
    16.     Mahayana Buddhism   (61%)         
    17.     Jehovahs Witness   (59%)         
    18.     Theravada Buddhism   (59%)         
    19.     Reform Judaism   (56%)         
    20.     Scientology   (39%)         
    21.     Taoism   (37%)         
    22.     Neo-Pagan   (30%)         
    23.     Secular Humanism   (29%)         
    24.     New Thought   (26%)         
    25.     New Age   (24%)         
    26.     Christian Science Church of Christ, Scientist   (20%)         
        27.    Non theist

I'm fairly surprised as my views are fairly liberal, but am pleased because I am Catholic.
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