A Few Surprises....

After seeing KatieOShaes results here, my interest was piqued, so I thought that I would give it a whirl.  I loved the questions, they were very interesting and thought provoking.  So, without further fanfare, here are my results:

 

1.  New Age (100%) 2.  Neo-Pagan (94%) 3.  Mahayana Buddhism (90%) 4.  Liberal Quakers (87%) 5.  Unitarian Universalism (86%) 6.  Taoism (77%) 7.  Mainline to Liberal Christian Protestants (74%) 8.  Theravada Buddhism (74%) 9.  Jainism (73%) 10.  Orthodox Quaker (70%) 11.  Hinduism (68%) 12.  Baha'i Faith (67%) 13.  New Thought (66%) 14.  Secular Humanism (64%) 15.  Sikhism (63%) 16.  Christian Science (Church of Christ, Scientist) (62%) 17.  Reform Judaism (59%) 18.  Scientology (58%) 19.  Orthodox Judaism (50%) 20.  Nontheist (41%) 21.  Islam (39%) 22.  Seventh Day Adventist (37%) 23.  Mainline to Conservative Christian/Protestant (36%) 24.  Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints (Mormons) (36%) 25.  Eastern Orthodox (30%) 26.  Roman Catholic (30%) 27.  Jehovah's Witness (2

 

 

I have to say that it is an interesting list and does in fact hit the nail on the head in many of the top picks.  I was born and raised here in Wyoming (not the most open minded state in the union, LOL)  in a 'hell-fire and brimstone' church, but my personal beliefs have never really been in line with that ideology.  I have always considered myself more of a free thinker on most subjects.  I reckon this just validates what I have always known about myself.

garys5150 garys5150
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Feb 13, 2009