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The topic of religion, is important to me because is a part of human civilization of spirituality. I guess most of us do not fall strong for religions and do not have strong political views because this is too simple to follow. -eclipselunaireI was raised in a Catholic Church, always felt I'd feel better being Eastern Orthodox but also read a lot about Buddism, Taoism and most recently tried to learn something about Slavic long forgotten gods. The topic of religion, is important to me because is a part of human civilization of spirituality. I do not believe in anything really, I call myself nontheist.
I guess most of us do not fall strong for religions and do not have strong political views because this is too simple to follow. I read previous comments and many people point out that they find their own way. And this is it. No one else can tell us that this is the only right choice and even our choices might not be the best. Popular religions are institutionalized just as political parties, they proclaim some generalized so called "the only right truths". Once it was giving people answers but then some of them became sort of a law, terror and punishment to control the people and this all distorted the original idea of religion.
I would agree with you on a broad sense. I think that people across the board are becoming more and more ready to identify as nonreligious, but when addressing the thread topic, I think INFPs are generally more religious than other types.
Some ESTPs would crack jokes at religion, and I think INTPs are likely more skeptical. After reading the thread I came to a different conclusion than you. I think a lot of INFPs are searching for answers to life's big questions, just are unsatisfied with the answers religions give.
Also, I'm guessing that the INFPs that don't use as much internet as we do are much more likely to be deep in religion. When I was in school quite a few of them were in the Bible Club.
Personally, I'm very religious.