Are you interested in religion/spirituality at all? Obviously not in practice, but are you generally pulled toward mystical things?Athiest INFP here. The only two deeply religious people I know are my mother (ESFJ) and my elder sister (ISFJ).
I feel as though being Christian works well for them, because many of the Christian values of love and tolerance are extremely well suited to those with a prevelant Extraverted Feeling function.
As an INFP, I pursued Atheism simply because I refused to adhere to any spiritual belief that I considered to be irrational, or lacking empirical evidence. It was more important to me that I be true to myself, rather than please my mother, by following her own example; virtuous as that may be.
I do however imagine that a religious INFP would most likely be deeply invested in their beliefs, viewing it as a large part of their identity. And this would make it very painful for them, should that part of their identity come under attack or criticism. Most likely, religious INFPs and ISFPs are the most fierce defenders of their religion. Which can be both a good and a bad thing.
Does fantasy and magic count as "mystical"...? That's probably not quite what you meant xDAre you interested in religion/spirituality at all? Obviously not in practice, but are you generally pulled toward mystical things?
I suppose belligerent atheists treat themselves like they are part of a religion. However, atheism just means the absence of belief. I could easily just say I'm non-religious, but saying I'm an atheist gets my point across better, and at one point I was actually a Christian.I consider Atheism a religion :<