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  1. #27
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    Quote Originally Posted by fixacr View Post
    I went to the website that the quiz came from, and after looking around a bit, it seems that I was headed in the right direction with my first post. As I understood it, the website exists to help people determine which religion with which they would probably be most in agreement.

    And, that is the aim. Innocent it may seem, the reality is that it is a Right Wing Christian propagandist site, and if you notice, will somewhere along the line, turn you into a "Christian"....

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    I fail to see how you draw that conclusion from that website. It didn't appear to me to be steering the reader to any one religion, only helping them to identify which one they might prefer. In fact the site is associated with Fox News. As far as "turning you into a Christian" it is a voluntary choice.

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    Quote Originally Posted by fixacr View Post
    I fail to see how you draw that conclusion from that website. It didn't appear to me to be steering the reader to any one religion, only helping them to identify which one they might prefer. In fact the site is associated with Fox News. As far as "turning you into a Christian" it is a voluntary choice.
    Ole is from Europe. He doesn't understand "voluntary choice".
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    wow, I most resemble Hinduism.

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    Quote Originally Posted by acmanko View Post
    wow, I most resemble Hinduism.
    I guess now we'll have to call you acpatel.
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    Right on the money
    1. Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints (Mormons) (100%)
    2. Mainline to Conservative Christian/Protestant (93%)
    3. Jehovah's Witness (89%)
    4. Mainline to Liberal Christian Protestants (83%)
    5. Orthodox Quaker (77%)
    6. Seventh Day Adventist (76%)
    7. Eastern Orthodox (70%)
    8. Roman Catholic (70%)
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    10. Bah' Faith (60%)
    11. Islam (60%)
    12. Sikhism (59%)
    13. Liberal Quakers (57%)
    14. Hinduism (52%)
    15. Christian Science (Church of Christ, Scientist) (52%)
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    27. Taoism (19%)

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    1. Mahayana Buddhism (100%)
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    5. Bah' Faith (92%)
    6. New Age (91%)
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    11. Orthodox Quaker (77%)
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    18. New Thought (66%)
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    20. Scientology (58%)
    21. Mainline to Conservative Christian/Protestant (57%)
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    Oh crap!!!! I'm a Buddhist! I think I'm going to have a beer and read the Bible.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Andy Schoen View Post
    Oh crap!!!! I'm a Buddhist! I think I'm going to have a beer and read the Bible.
    And THAT would make you Catholic. No wait...Catholics don't read the Bible.

    Hmmm. Maybe you ARE a Buddhist.
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    12. Scientology (51%)
    13. Taoism (49%)
    14. Christian Science (Church of Christ, Scientist) (44%)
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    Quiz: What's Your Spiritual Type?





    You scored 82, on a scale of 25 to 100. Here's how to interpret your score:
    25 - 29
    Hardcore Skeptic -- but interested or you wouldn't be here!
    30 - 39
    Spiritual Dabbler -- Open to spiritual matters but far from impressed
    40 - 49
    Active Spiritual Seeker – Spiritual but turned off by organized religion
    50 - 59
    Spiritual Straddler – One foot in traditional religion, one foot in free-form spirituality
    60 - 69
    Old-fashioned Seeker -- Happy with my religion but searching for the right expression of it
    70 - 79
    Questioning Believer – You have doubts about the particulars but not the Big Stuff
    80 - 89
    Confident Believer – You have little doubt you’ve found the right path
    90 - 100
    Candidate for Clergy

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    Quote Originally Posted by bootlen View Post
    And THAT would make you Catholic. No wait...Catholics don't read the Bible.
    We prefer beer and bingo.

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    Lol!
    No reserve. No retreat. No regrets.

    For those who have fought for it, freedom has a sweetness the protected will never know.

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  13. #39
    What's Your Spiritual Type
    You scored 92, on a scale of 25 to 100. Here's how to interpret your score:
    25 - 29
    Hardcore Skeptic -- but interested or you wouldn't be here!
    30 - 39
    Spiritual Dabbler -- Open to spiritual matters but far from impressed
    40 - 49
    Active Spiritual Seeker, Spiritual but turned off by organized religion
    50 - 59
    Spiritual Straddler, One foot in traditional religion, one foot in free-form spirituality
    60 - 69
    Old-fashioned Seeker -- Happy with my religion but searching for the right expression of it
    70 - 79
    Questioning Believer, You have doubts about the particulars but not the Big Stuff
    80 - 89
    Confident Believer, You have little doubt you've found the right path
    90 - 100
    Candidate for Clergy


    w00t! (that's the word of the year by the way)

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