Metaphysics What Denomination Do You Belong To?

Discussion in 'Metaphysics' started by red cell, Dec 3, 2004.

  1. red cell

    red cell New Member

    This site has the tons of websites about all the christian denominations see what belifs you are or are not lined up with.
  2. DreamLandMafia

    DreamLandMafia Premium Member

    I did a test on what religion best suited are my results:

    Notice how Catholic is last?? :D:D

    Oh...and am actually an Atheist.
  3. /Future Corpse/

    /Future Corpse/ Premium Member

    Dreamland! Where did you find that test? Looks interesting. I did not see a link to it on the link provided.
  4. pineappleupsidedown

    pineappleupsidedown Premium Member

    I am nondenominational Christian

  5. Waxy cheesecake

    Waxy cheesecake Premium Member

    I am a baptist christian.
  6. marg6043

    marg6043 Premium Member

    I don't call my believe to be in any denomination.

    The problems is so many type of Churches in the US with different names but they all fall under Christianity, that is a religious denomination.

    I believe religious denominations are for main "religions" like Hinduism, Christianity, Islam, Buddhism etc.

    But Christianity has become so divided in different subcategories is not funny.

    I am not a Christian believer, but I do believe in a creator of all things.

    So I guess I don't have a denomination per say.:grin:
  7. rawiea

    rawiea New Member

    Red Cell, thanks. I saved that site. It might come in handy one day.
    To answer your question, what denomination am I, I guess the answer is none. I grew up attending Undenominational churches. They leaned toward Baptist. In fact I was Baptized in a Baptist church. My wife was raised Pentecostal, so we started going to Assembly of God. When the Preacher left to become a missionary in South America, we did not care much for the new one. We started going to an Undenominational one. Our attendance is currently spotty at best.
  8. DreamLandMafia

    DreamLandMafia Premium Member

    Sorry...its the Belief O Matic.
  9. Zsandmann

    Zsandmann Premium Member

    Interesting DLM, Im a non practicing Southern Baptist, here are my results:

    1. Mainline to Liberal Christian Protestants (100%)
    2. Bahá'í Faith (80%)
    3. Liberal Quakers (77%)
    4. Mainline to Conservative Christian/Protestant (75%)
    5. Orthodox Quaker (72%)
    6. Reform Judaism (63%)
    7. Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints (Mormons) (63%)
    8. Unitarian Universalism (62%)
    9. Eastern Orthodox (56%)
    10. Roman Catholic (56%)
    11. Orthodox Judaism (55%)
    12. Christian Science (Church of Christ, Scientist) (52%)
    13. Seventh Day Adventist (52%)
    14. Sikhism (52%)
    15. Islam (50%)
    16. Jehovah's Witness (49%)
    17. Neo-Pagan (38%)
    18. New Age (36%)
    19. Secular Humanism (35%)
    20. New Thought (34%)
    21. Mahayana Buddhism (29%)
    22. Theravada Buddhism (28%)
    23. Taoism (24%)
    24. Scientology (24%)
    25. Nontheist (22%)
    26. Jainism (22%)
    27. Hinduism (15%)

    I have no idea what number 2 is.
  10. /Future Corpse/

    /Future Corpse/ Premium Member

    I'm just going to assume that this test is bias.:?: I don't even know what the difference is between half of these christian religions.
  11. OhIgnorantOne

    OhIgnorantOne Member

    Hundred Dollar
    Bills Only Please?:lol:
  12. SubVolitional

    SubVolitional Member

    Spent the first 16 years of my life Mormon(I swear it wasn't my choice, I believe brainwashing was involved....) That was enough to realize that there is too much pressure to accept the idealism described in thier teachings; i.e. I found it all to be a social strata that operated only in the confines of itself with no acknowledgment of any one else. Maybe I'm just soured though, I do keep an open mind....
  13. red cell

    red cell New Member

    The Bahai Faith is a religion that comes from the muslim faith, that's all I know about hope it helps.
  14. helenheaven

    helenheaven Premium Member

    I don't belive in organised religion.

    That test exemplifies how subjective religious beliefs are.

    Question it all my friends.
  15. I am right now Non-Denominational Christian. I used to be a practicing Methodist.:cryb:
  16. oddtodd

    oddtodd Premium Member

    My sister and I are the grandchildren of a wonderful Methodist minister who taught us to believe in each others goodness rather than a big bearded man in the sky .

    We are also the only grandchildren (out of 9) that are not baptized . My mom thought it best that we choose for ourselves when we had the mental faculty rather than force one path on us .

    Here are my top 9 from DLM's link ( I am suprised I have Quakers come in at #2) , they got scetchy after that....

    1. Unitarian Universalism (100%)
    2. Liberal Quakers (95%)
    3. Mainline to Liberal Christian Protestants (95%)
    4. Secular Humanism (87%)
    5. Neo-Pagan (76%)
    6. Theravada Buddhism (73%)
    7. New Age (72%)
    8. Mahayana Buddhism (69%)
    9. Taoism (65%)

    Unitarian is what I figured I WOULD have to be , sis joined the unitarians because she is a single mother in a same sex relationship and still wants her kids to be exposed to some type of spirituality without the same sex dogmas that are evident in most other religions .

    She says they pray " To whom it may concern"

    VERY HAPPY that I scored in 2 buddist categories , a humanistic , and the Tao of Poo !

    we are all connected , sad we can't get along...