Sometimes, every few months,or when I get bored, I'll take it again. Just to see if my results have changed, and kind of assess where I am at the moment. Interestingly(or not) enough, the top 3 almost always end up being Unitarian Universalism, Neo-Pagan, and Liberal Quakers. In fact, my most recent taking, about 5 minutes ago, lists the following results:
|1.||Unitarian Universalism (99%)|
|3.||Liberal Quakers (92%)|
|4.||Mahayana Buddhism (91%)|
|5.||New Age (88%)|
|6.||Reform Judaism (82%)|
|7.||Mainline to Liberal Christian Protestants (77%)|
|11.||Theravada Buddhism (73%)|
|12.||Baha'i Faith (70%)|
|13.||New Thought (60%)|
|14.||Secular Humanism (57%)|
|15.||Orthodox Judaism (53%)|
|19.||Orthodox Quaker (43%)|
|20.||Christian Science (Church of Christ, Scientist) (34%)|
|22.||Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints (Mormons) (25%)|
|23.||Mainline to Conservative Christian/Protestant (25%)|
|24.||Seventh Day Adventist (24%)|
|25.||Eastern Orthodox (20%)|
|26.||Roman Catholic (20%)|
|27.||Jehovah's Witness (17%)|
I also find it interesting that Mahayana Buddhism is usually so high up the list, as I have been occasionally looking into Zen Buddhism as a practice as well. I haven't had the chance to delve into it deeply yet, currently focusing more on my core Gnosticism and Druidry, although admittedly Gnosticism and Buddhism do seem to have a good bit of things in common in modern times, at least where it concerns reincarnation, meditation, etc. In fact, many Gnostics seem to have a lot of Buddhist influence in their personal spiritual paths. Hopefully I'll be getting to one of my Buddhist thought books soon.
This, as you can see, is one of my less intellectually stimulating entries. I guess not all of them can be as deep and scholarly as my first few! I will probably(hopefully) do one of my more detailed entries on either a Gnostic concept or a Druidic concept on Friday, my next day off of work. Lesser-detailed entries like these are mainly to keep myself spiritually stimulated and keep myself in the habit of spiritual blogging, so that I don't get lazy again. I close with a passage from another Gnostic Gospel, The Thunder, Perfect Mind :
For I am knowledge and ignorance.
I am shame and boldness.
I am shameless; I am ashamed.
I am strength and I am fear.
I am war and peace.
Give heed to me.
I am the one who is disgraced and the great one.