Neither faith-oriented nor spiritual. - Jay Maynard

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Tuesday, 18 October 2005


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2005 - Neither faith-oriented nor spiritual.

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You fit in with:
Atheism



Your ideals mostly resemble those of an Atheist. You have very little faith and you are very focused on intellectual endeavors. You value objective proof over intuition or subjective thoughts. You enjoy talking about ideas and tend to have a lot of in depth conversations with people.


100% scientific.
80% reason-oriented.





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FWIW, I would have scored 100% reason-oriented if I'd answered "no" to "do you believe in capital punishment", and I don't buy that at all: my belief in capital punishment is not based in any sort of faith.

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From:korgmeister
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Spiritual? What the hell is that?!

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You fit in with:
Spiritualism



Your ideals are mostly spiritual, but in an individualistic way. While spirituality is very important in your life, organized religion itself may not be for you. It is best for you to seek these things on your own terms.


40% spiritual.
60% reason-oriented.





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Admittedly, that does describe me kinda well, I guess. But it sure makes me look wishy-washy. Although I do consider myself Christian, if a very idiosyncratic one.

Oh and it amuses me greatly that Scientology and Bhuddism are so close to each other, considering they're both religions I despise.
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From:hikaru_motenai
Date: - 0000
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Hey at least it wasnt Scientology ^-^
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From:jmaynard
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Gack. I don't even know why it's on that diagram at all, as it bears little relation to science. Science fiction, maybe.
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From:phanatic
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The questions are very poorly phrased, and many of them assume facts not in evidence.

I mean, "Do you believe in the death penalty?" Hell, regardless of whether you *agree* with it, you pretty much *have* to *believe* in it. What, it's just a big conspiracy?

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