Jonathon led me to the Belief-o-Matic. I usually avoid these things, but this was interesting. I ended up marking all but two of the questions as high priority. I wasn’t aware I was such an opinionated bastard. Heh.
Anyway, my results, for what they’re worth :
1. Unitarian Universalism (100%)
2. Secular Humanism (95%)
3. Liberal Quakers (91%)
4. Mainline to Liberal Christian Protestants (89%)
5. Nontheist (75%)
6. Neo-Pagan (74%)
7. Christian Science (Church of Christ, Scientist) (68%)
8. Bahá’í Faith (66%)
9. Theravada Buddhism (65%)
10. Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints (Mormons) (63%)
11. New Age (57%)
12. Jehovah’s Witness (52%)
13. Orthodox Quaker (49%)
14. Mainline to Conservative Christian/Protestant (48%)
15. New Thought (45%)
16. Mahayana Buddhism (43%)
17. Reform Judaism (41%)
18. Sikhism (41%)
19. Taoism (39%)
20. Scientology (37%)
21. Jainism (33%)
22. Hinduism (30%)
23. Eastern Orthodox (24%)
24. Islam (24%)
25. Orthodox Judaism (24%)
26. Roman Catholic (24%)
27. Seventh Day Adventist (24%)
I’m not going to tell you the ‘official faith’ of the university at which I teach. That would result in gales of uproarious laughter, and this is a serious subject, damn it!
(Oh, and it’s not Scientificology. What the hell is that doing on the list? If Sciencology is a religion, the Pope is a cheeselog.)
Edit : The above might have looked very different if I’d seen this Scientific Proof of GOD (SPOG) first! Or not.


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  1. You’ve probably covered this at some point, but I’m new. What exactly do you teach?

  2. ‘course, now that I look a little further down the page, your semi-anonymous but mythical self may not want to answer that. ‘sokay.

  3. Introduction To Being A Complete Bastard, and Late 20th Century Cap Removal Techniques in the Canadian North.
    Oh, and English. The talkin’ kind, not the readin’ kind.

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