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Answer 20 questions about your concept of God, the afterlife, human nature, and more, and Belief-O-Maticâ„¢ will tell you what religion (if any) you practice...or ought to consider practicing:

There you are :--> http://beliefnet.com/story/76/story_7665_1.html

1. Hinduism (100%) :shock: What the hell? :shock:

2. Sikhism (97%) 8)

3. Jainism (86%)

4. Mahayana Buddhism (79%)

5. Neo-Pagan (78%)

6. Orthodox Judaism (78%)

7. Liberal Quakers (77%)

8. Unitarian Universalism (76%)

9. New Age (70%)

10. Bahá'í Faith (69%)

11. New Thought (65%)

12. Reform Judaism (62%)

13. Theravada Buddhism (62%)

14. Scientology (60%)

15. Islam (60%)

16. Orthodox Quaker (58%)

17. Mainline to Liberal Christian Protestants (54%)

18. Seventh Day Adventist (49%)

19. Mainline to Conservative Christian/Protestant (48%)

20. Jehovah's Witness (46%)

21. Christian Science (Church of Christ, Scientist) (45%)

22. Taoism (44%)

23. Eastern Orthodox (43%)

24. Roman Catholic (43%)

25. Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints (Mormons) (41%)

26. Secular Humanism (25%)

27. Nontheist (12%)

So, What is your faith ?

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1. Sikhism (100%) :LOL:

2. Hinduism (73%)

3. Bahá'í Faith (72%)

4. Neo-Pagan (71%)

5. Jainism (68%)

6. Orthodox Judaism (66%)

7. Mahayana Buddhism (64%)

8. Liberal Quakers (62%)

9. New Age (60%)

10. Unitarian Universalism (60%)

11. Reform Judaism (58%)

12. Islam (52%)

13. Scientology (50%)

14. New Thought (50%)

15. Theravada Buddhism (48%)

16. Mainline to Liberal Christian Protestants (46%)

17. Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints (Mormons) (45%)

18. Orthodox Quaker (44%)

19. Eastern Orthodox (43%)

20. Roman Catholic (43%)

21. Taoism (41%)

22. Mainline to Conservative Christian/Protestant (38%)

23. Jehovah's Witness (34%)

24. Christian Science (Church of Christ, Scientist) (34%)

25. Seventh Day Adventist (28%)

26. Secular Humanism (26%)

27. Nontheist (18%)

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Fateh Ji,

1. Sikhism (100%) 8)

2. Reform Judaism (79%)

3. Orthodox Judaism (75%)

4. Jainism (66%)

5. Bahá'í Faith (66%)

6. Islam (63%)

7. Hinduism (59%)

8. Liberal Quakers (57%)

9. Neo-Pagan (54%)

10. Unitarian Universalism (51%)

11. Mahayana Buddhism (51%)

12. Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints (Mormons) (47%)

13. Theravada Buddhism (44%)

14. New Age (42%)

15. Scientology (42%)

16. Mainline to Liberal Christian Protestants (41%)

17. Orthodox Quaker (41%)

18. New Thought (39%)

19. Jehovah's Witness (38%)

20. Taoism (35%)

21. Mainline to Conservative Christian/Protestant (32%)

22. Eastern Orthodox (32%)

23. Roman Catholic (32%)

24. Seventh Day Adventist (29%)

25. Christian Science (Church of Christ, Scientist) (27%)

26. Secular Humanism (18%)

27. Nontheist (9%)

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1. Sikhism (100%) :LOL::D

2. Orthodox Judaism (81%)

3. Reform Judaism (71%) :shock:

4. Islam (68%) :? :oops::o

5. Hinduism (68%)

6. Jainism (68%)

7. Bahá'í Faith (59%)

8. Mahayana Buddhism (55%)

9. Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints (Mormons) (55%)

10. Liberal Quakers (51%)

11. Neo-Pagan (50%)

12. Unitarian Universalism (49%)

13. Theravada Buddhism (46%)

14. Eastern Orthodox (46%)

15. Mainline to Conservative Christian/Protestant (46%)

16. Roman Catholic (46%)

17. Jehovah's Witness (45%)

18. Mainline to Liberal Christian Protestants (44%)

19. New Age (40%)

20. Scientology (40%)

21. Seventh Day Adventist (39%)

22. New Thought (39%)

23. Orthodox Quaker (36%)

24. Taoism (26%)

25. Christian Science (Church of Christ, Scientist) (24%)

26. Secular Humanism (14%)

27. Nontheist (12%)

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:D:D:D:D

1. Sikhism (100%)

2. Hinduism (91%)

3. Orthodox Judaism (76%)

4. Jainism (74%)

5. Mahayana Buddhism (71%)

6. Reform Judaism (71%)

7. Theravada Buddhism (65%)

8. Bahá'í Faith (64%)

9. Scientology (61%)

10 Islaam (60%)

11 Liberal Quakers (60%)

12.Unitarian Universalism (59%)

13.New Thought (59%)

14.Neo-Pagan (57%)

15.Eastern Orthodox (55%)

16.Roman Catholic (55%)

17.Orthodox Quaker (55%)

18.Mainline to Liberal Christian Protestants (54%)

19.New Age (50%)

20.Seventh Day Adventist (48%)

21.Mainline to Conservative Christian/Protestant (45%)

22.Christian Science (Church of Christ, Scientist) (43%)

23.Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints (Mormons) (40%)

24.Taoism (39%)

25.Jehovah's Witness (35%)

26.Secular Humanism (21%)

27.Nontheist (12%)

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1. Sikhism (100%) :sikhiwink1: yay :sikhiwink1:

2. Reform Judaism (79%)

3. Orthodox Judaism (76%)

4. Bahá'í Faith (74%)

5. Unitarian Universalism (72%)

6. Liberal Quakers (69%)

7. Islam (62%)

8. Mainline to Liberal Christian Protestants (61%)

9. Hinduism (61%)

10. Jainism (61%)

11. Orthodox Quaker (59%)

12. Neo-Pagan (57%)

13. Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints (Mormons) (56%)

14. Mahayana Buddhism (55%)

15. Theravada Buddhism (54%)

16. New Age (47%)

17. Eastern Orthodox (46%)

18. Roman Catholic (46%) :?: :?: :?:

19. Taoism (44%)

20. Mainline to Conservative Christian/Protestant (43%)

21. Secular Humanism (41%)

22. Seventh Day Adventist (40%)

23. Jehovah's Witness (39%)

24. Christian Science (Church of Christ, Scientist) (38%)

25. Scientology (38%)

26. New Thought (35%)

27. Nontheist (23%)

This surprised me considering it was not that long ago that I was Catholic!!

It is Waheguroo's hukam that I found the Sikh panth. I can only hope to uphold my responsibilities wisely.

Judaism, Bahai, Unitarian Universalist, and Liberal Quakers ??? I can't say I know much about these faiths. But perhaps Gandhi's words apply here. Before trying to understand another's religion, I need to fully understand my own (or something like that....)

C. Kaur

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What the heck, here are mine:

1. Sikhism (100%)

2. Reform Judaism (79%)

3. Orthodox Judaism (77%)

4. Hinduism (76%)

5. Jainism (66%)

6. Islam (66%)

7. Bahá'í Faith (63%)

8. Mahayana Buddhism (56%)

9. Neo-Pagan (54%)

10. Unitarian Universalism (54%)

11. Liberal Quakers (52%)

12. New Thought (47%)

13. Scientology (47%)

14. Theravada Buddhism (47%)

15. Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints (Mormons) (45%)

16. Eastern Orthodox (39%)

17. Mainline to Liberal Christian Protestants (39%)

18. New Age (39%)

19. Roman Catholic (39%)

20. Orthodox Quaker (34%)

21. Mainline to Conservative Christian/Protestant (33%)

22. Taoism (32%)

23. Jehovah's Witness (32%)

24. Christian Science (Church of Christ, Scientist) (31%)

25. Seventh Day Adventist (29%)

26. Secular Humanism (19%)

27. Nontheist (17%)

:)

Some of the questions didn't have answers that fit in with the Sikh philosophy though. Tried to do the best I could though.

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1. Sikhism (100%)

2. Jainism (77%)

3. Hinduism (75%)

4. Bahá'í Faith (73%)

5. Orthodox Judaism (72%)

6. Reform Judaism (69%)

7. Mahayana Buddhism (65%)

8. Islam (61%)

9. Neo-Pagan (58%)

10. Theravada Buddhism (58%)

11. Liberal Quakers (58%)

12. Unitarian Universalism (57%)

13. Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints (Mormons) (53%)

14. Orthodox Quaker (53%)

15. Mainline to Liberal Christian Protestants (46%)

16. New Age (46%)

17. Scientology (45%)

18. Eastern Orthodox (44%)

19. Roman Catholic (44%)

20. Taoism (42%)

21. New Thought (41%)

22. Mainline to Conservative Christian/Protestant (40%)

23. Seventh Day Adventist (38%)

24. Jehovah's Witness (35%)

25. Christian Science (Church of Christ, Scientist) (33%)

26. Secular Humanism (30%)

27. Nontheist (18%)

Quite an interesting set of questions that were asked.

The result was obviously good!! 8)

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Here are my results.............just one snip a way from being a Jew :LOL:

1. Sikhism (100%)

2. Reform Judaism (94%)

3. Unitarian Universalism (83%)

4. Neo-Pagan (80%)

5. Liberal Quakers (78%)

6. Orthodox Judaism (75%)

7. Islam (67%)

8. Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints (Mormons) (67%)

9. Hinduism (63%)

10. Mainline to Liberal Christian Protestants (63%)

11. New Age (63%)

12. Bahá'í Faith (62%)

13. Mahayana Buddhism (61%)

14. Scientology (58%)

15. Secular Humanism (57%)

16. New Thought (56%)

17. Taoism (54%)

18. Jainism (53%)

19. Christian Science (Church of Christ, Scientist) (45%)

20. Theravada Buddhism (43%)

21. Jehovah's Witness (41%)

22. Nontheist (41%)

23. Eastern Orthodox (38%)

24. Roman Catholic (38%)

25. Mainline to Conservative Christian/Protestant (37%)

26. Orthodox Quaker (37%)

27. Seventh Day Adventist (28%)

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Please read and UNDERSTAND all questions and then answer, some of you got some very strange results! lol

1. Sikhism (100%)

2. Reform Judaism (87%)

3. Bahá'í Faith (84%)

4. Orthodox Judaism (83%)

5. Islam (78%)

6. Jainism (76%)

7. Hinduism (75%)

8. Liberal Quakers (65%)

9. Unitarian Universalism (65%)

10. Mahayana Buddhism (65%)

11. Neo-Pagan (63%)

12. New Thought (60%)

13. Mainline to Liberal Christian Protestants (58%)

14. Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints (Mormons) (57%)

15. New Age (55%)

16. Scientology (55%)

17. Christian Science (Church of Christ, Scientist) (50%)

18. Theravada Buddhism (50%)

19. Orthodox Quaker (45%)

20. Mainline to Conservative Christian/Protestant (43%)

21. Taoism (43%)

22. Jehovah's Witness (38%)

23. Eastern Orthodox (35%)

24. Roman Catholic (35%)

25. Secular Humanism (35%)

26. Nontheist (33%)

27. Seventh Day Adventist (32%)

Dear people,

You should READ the questions carefully before answering them, also if you do not understand them, ask someone to explain them to you! Thanks,

KR,

MI

P.S. Some of the questions or catergories did were not accurate, so I did the best I could...

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I have tried it three times now... but the best i could get was Sikhism 99%. So let us try to analyse first five questions:-->

1:: What is the number and nature of the deity (God, gods, higher power)? Choose one.

1. Only one God--a corporeal spirit (has a body), supreme, personal God Almighty, the Creator.

2. Only one God--an incorporeal (no body) spirit, supreme, personal God Almighty, the Creator.

3. Multiple personal gods (or goddesses) regarded as facets of one God, and/or as separate gods.

4. The supreme force is the impersonal Ultimate Reality (or life force, ultimate truth, cosmic order, absolute bliss, universal soul), which resides within and/or beyond all.

5. The supreme existence is both the eternal, impersonal, formless Ultimate Reality, and personal God (or gods).

6. No God or supreme force. Or not sure. Or not important.

7. None of the above.

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My answer was 4 with high priority ?

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2. Are there human incarnation(s) of God (or of gods/goddesses)? Choose one.

1 God is (or gods/goddesses are) supreme, and no incarnations.

2 One incarnation.

3 Many (or countless) incarnations.

4 No particular incarnations because God is all and all are God (or God is in all).

5 No incarnations as there is no God. Or not sure. Or not important.

6 None of the above

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My answer was 6 with high priority ?

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3. What are the origins of the physical universe and life on earth? Choose one.

1 As in the book of Genesis, God created a mature universe and mature life forms from nothing in less than 7 days, less than 10,000 years ago.

2 As in the book of Genesis, but "day" is not 24 hours, possibly refers to thousands (or even millions) of years, or to creation phases.

3 God is creating and controlling the phenomena uncovered by scientists. Or there are other spiritual explanations, but not in conflict with scientific discovery.

4 All matter and life forms are manifestations (or illusions) of the eternal Absolute (Ultimate Truth, Universal Soul or Mind, etc.).

5 Only natural forces (like evolution) and no Creator or spiritual forces. Or not sure. Or not important.

6 None of the above.

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My answer was 4 with high priority ?

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4. What happens to humans after death? Choose one.

1 Souls are judged immediately for a foretaste of heaven or hell. At the final judgment, God (or Christ) will resurrect and judge all for heaven or hell. (Or souls may also be judged for punishment and/or purification before heaven.)

2 Death results in unconsciousness until, at the final judgment, God (or Christ) will raise the living righteous to heaven; resurrect and destroy the wicked on earth; return the righteous to a paradisal earth for eternity.

3 Souls don't survive death. God (or Christ) will resurrect the righteous at the final judgment for eternity in heaven or on a paradisal earth; the wicked will remain dead.

4 The soul's spiritual development continues after death so that all may eventually experience the indescribable joy of closeness to God. Hell is not a place but the tormented state of remoteness from God.

5 Rebirths occur (continually, or until all life's lessons are learned and one merges with the life force, or until complete enlightenment and eternal bliss are attained).

6 There is definitely an afterlife, but the specifics cannot be known or are unimportant--most important is one's conduct in life.

7 No afterlife; no spiritual existence beyond life; no literal heaven and hell. Or not sure. Or not important.

8 None of the above.

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My answer was 5 with high priority ?

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5. Why is there terrible wrongdoing in the world? Choose one.

1 Humans inherited sinfulness, or a damaged nature, or tendency to yield to Satan's temptations from Adam and Eve, who committed the original sin against God.

2 Wrongdoing results from God-given free will plus a weak side, or a drive to satisfy personal needs, which sometimes results in wrongful choices (and/or vulnerability to Satan's temptations).

3 Ignorance of one's true existence as pure spirit and as one with the Universal Truth (or soul, mind, etc.) can lead to wrongdoing.

4 Not listening to the voice of God, who resides within all, can lead to wrongdoing.

5 Egoism (self-importance) leads to desire, craving, and attachments, which can lead to unwholesome thoughts and behavior, i.e., greed, hate, and violence.

6 No supernatural or spiritual reasons. Human nature, psychology, sociology, criminology, etc., explain wrongdoing. Or not sure. Or not important.

7 None of the above.

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My answer was 5 with high priority ? can it be 2

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see..that kinda confuses me.... you're supposed to answer the questions from a viewpoint of what you expect out of a religion....not from the basis of the religion you're already a part of.... it's ok if you got 99%...that's not a bad thing. it's not a bad thing if someone on the board get 56% sikhism, either.. it just goes to show that either they need to read more and buy more into sikhi, or just simply, sikhi isn't for them

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1. Sikhism (100%) :)

2. Reform Judaism (87%)

3. Orthodox Judaism (83%)

4. Islam (76%) :shock:

5. Unitarian Universalism (75%) :o

6. Jainism (74%)

7. Bahá'í Faith (71%)

8. Liberal Quakers (70%)

9. Hinduism (68%)

10. Mahayana Buddhism (65%)

11. Neo-Pagan (64%)

12. New Age (56%)

13. Orthodox Quaker (54%)

14. Mainline to Liberal Christian Protestants (53%)

15. Scientology (50%)

16. Theravada Buddhism (50%)

17. Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints (Mormons) (49%)

18. New Thought (48%)

19. Taoism (46%)

20. Mainline to Conservative Christian/Protestant (43%)

21. Christian Science (Church of Christ, Scientist) (37%)

22. Secular Humanism (37%)

23. Seventh Day Adventist (36%)

24. Eastern Orthodox (35%)

25. Roman Catholic (35%)

26. Jehovah's Witness (34%)

27. Nontheist (25%)

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