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Which of the following applies most to you? (ENTP's only)

  • Conservative Protestant

    Votes: 2 3.0%
  • Moderate Protestant

    Votes: 1 1.5%
  • Liberal Protestant

    Votes: 4 6.1%
  • Conservative Catholic

    Votes: 3 4.5%
  • Moderate Catholic

    Votes: 1 1.5%
  • Liberal Catholic

    Votes: 4 6.1%
  • Conservative Eastern Orthodox

    Votes: 0 0.0%
  • Moderate Eastern Orthodox

    Votes: 0 0.0%
  • Liberal Eastern Orthodox

    Votes: 0 0.0%
  • Conservative Other

    Votes: 0 0.0%
  • Moderate Other

    Votes: 2 3.0%
  • Liberal Other

    Votes: 3 4.5%
  • I do not consider myself a Christian

    Votes: 46 69.7%
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Hello ENTP's! How many of you identify as Christian? If you do, what broad-base denomination do you belong to and how liberal or conservative do you consider yourself? Any answers help, even if you aren't a Christian.

Conservative Christianity, broadly speaking, is defined in this context as a belief in the inerrancy or near-inerrancy of the Bible, a generally literal reading of the Bible, and a belief that the death and resurrection of Jesus is the one way to salvation. There is much overlap here with Christian fundamentalism: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Christian_fundamentalism

Liberal Christianity, broadly speaking, is defined in this context as a generally non-literal reading of the Bible, consideration of the Bible as a text essentially by man about God, and a belief in the non-exclusivity of Christianity as truth. Here is the wikipedia article on it: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Liberal_christianity

If you think one of the above describes your beliefs in essence, select it. If not, select moderate.

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Thanks everyone!
 

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I do not consider myself Christian.

I seem to recall reading somewhere that ENTP's are statistically the least religious in MBTI.
 

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i'm not religious too.
and i'm not liberal/ neither conservative/ neither libertarian
i just choose what is best for me, at the moment.
in economic terms: i'm a freeryder
 

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Atheist to the core.
 

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From a purely traditional and cultural standpoint: I'm part of the chosen people. No- not entp. The other argumentative, witty, and ambitious group. The Jews. Other than that I do not believe in god.
 

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Atheist. Wish I could be a beliver.
 

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Growing up with a Dad who's an atheist and a Mom who's agnostic, there was really no chance I was ever going to be a christian.
I believed in a "I'm a kid and my friend believes in God" way until around fourth grade, then I was agnostic, and then I was pushed over the edge last year with my depression.
 

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Atheist here...
 

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Agnostic, but I find the Abrahamic religions to the least tasteful, and super boring and snobby. Joey, Dafuq mang.
 
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I consider myself Christian, but more of the spiritual variety and not so much the religious variety. As I see it to be religious you have to be connected to a church in some way and a church is a group of believers (i.e. people) and not God. What I believe is between me and God, not between me and the church or anyone else even if I am willing to share my thoughts with other people. Also the church tends to be very dogmatic, and dogma is nothing more or less than symbolic actions & not some holy rite or necessity like some people seem to believe. A lot of the rites and rituals of religious stemmed from wisdom of the times, but times have changed and people don't stop to think if that wisdom still holds true. I don't identify with a specific denomination either, as far as I'm concerned Christian is Christian and being of a certain denomination does not make you any more or less Christian.
 
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