Bill, aka the Crazy Clock Guy, aka Hey You (tallguy) wrote,
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Yep I guess it's official

I'm a Jew.

Kat and I took a quiz yesterday to determine which religion we were most compatible with. Here are my results:

1. Reform Judaism (100%)
2. Bahai (96%)
3. Sikhism (88%)
4. Orthodox Judaism (87%)
5. Liberal Quaker (82%)
6. Islam (79%)
7. Unitarian Universalism (75%)
8. Liberal Protestant (72%)
9. Jainism (72%)
10. Neo-Paganism (67%)
11. Mahayana Buddhism (62%)
12. New Age (58%)
13. Hinduism (54%)
14. Theravada Buddhism (53%)
15. Orthodox Quaker (49%)
16. Scientology (42%)
17. Eastern Orthodox (40%)
18. New Thought (40%)
19. Roman Catholic (40%)
20. Seventh Day Adventist (39%)
21. Jehovah's Witness (38%)
22. Secular Humanism (38%)
23. Latter-day Saint (Mormon) (36%)
24. Conservative Protestant (35%)
25. Taoism (33%)
26. Christian Science (Church of Christ, Scientist) (26%)
27. Atheism and Agnosticism (19%)

Kat and I both scored 100% Reform Judaism and 87% Orthodox Judaism. What is interesting for me is how my religious past showed up on the list.

Let's see: I was born and raised in a Presbyterian church (#24), became a born-again Christian (fundamentalist Christian doesn't even appear on my chart above), abandoned my faith and was an athiest (actually vehemently anti-Christian) for a while (#27), practiced New Age beliefs (#12) which evolved into Wiccan (#10), side-stepped to Asatru (Norse religion, sort of a Pagan beleif), toyed with Catholicism for my wife's benefit (#19), studied Buddhism (#14), and am now taking classes in Judaism (#1).
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