Which religious group?

Discussion in 'The Observation Bar' started by moustache, Jan 3, 2007.

Which religion?

  1. Athiest/Agnostic/None

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  2. Baptist

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  3. Catholic

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  4. Jewish

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  5. Protestant

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  6. Methodist

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  7. Jehovah's Witness

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  8. Mormon/Christ Scientist

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  9. Islam

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  10. Hindu/Buddist/Eastern

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  1. moustache

    moustache Practically Family

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    Politics and religion are sticky subjects.We do not discuss politics but religion is a dominant part of our lives,be it athiest or Christian,Jewish,etc,etc.Since i only had 10 spaces ,it was tough to fit all seperately.Apologies for that.I tried to list what i could.
    Just curious how many here are religious.And a poll as to which belief.Hopefully i did this right.I have only tried polling once!
    If one doesn't want to say,then i certainly understand.This is purely for curiousity as we are such a diverse group.And i really enjoy the conversations and thoughts therin.

    JD
     
  2. Matt Deckard

    Matt Deckard Man of Action

    Hard to say.

    I haven't seen god so I'm not going to say he exists or does not. Religious standpoint I am up in the air.

    I think there is a definite right and wrong in th mentality of humans though I think that could have easily come about through evolution.

    Lutheran
    Protestant
    Jedi
    Scientology
     
  3. Remember: There's no water in hell, so you better bring a thermos.
     
  4. Matt Deckard

    Matt Deckard Man of Action

    If heavan is about peace all the way around and there is no bad or no worry... then Hell seems to be the place to be.

    Where can I get some action? That's the question.
     
  5. It just depends what kind of action you want. I don't think I want any of Dante's Inferno action. :eek: :p

    Regards,

    J
     
  6. Fletch

    Fletch I'll Lock Up

    Unitarian Universalist and non-practicing Kibologist here.
     
  7. Church of the SubGenius.

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  8. Matt Deckard

    Matt Deckard Man of Action

    I'm supposed to be Catholic. I actually read the Bible now and again though I still look at it as a book.
     
  9. Fletch

    Fletch I'll Lock Up

    Whom haven't you told? ;)
     
  10. Matt Deckard

    Matt Deckard Man of Action

    A few.
     
  11. He knows anyway. :D

    Regards,

    J
     
  12. Solid Citizen

    Solid Citizen Practically Family

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    Church of OFF TOPIC

    I belong to the Church of :eek:fftopic:

    sc :rage:
     
  13. Matt Deckard

    Matt Deckard Man of Action

    He never told me he knew.
    Did he tell tell you?
     
  14. "Doc" Devereux

    "Doc" Devereux One Too Many

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    BOB!

    I'm a practising chaos magician, so religion per se is a pretty flexible thing as far as I'm concerned. Spiritually, though, I identify as a Taoist with strong Discordian leanings.
     
  15. And he told me he old you he knows.
     
  16. Dinerman

    Dinerman Super Moderator Bartender

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    methodist-ish maybe, but i haven't been to church since I was 7, and I don't really mind.
     
  17. Yes, He did. [angel]
     
  18. Harp

    Harp I'll Lock Up

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    Roman Catholic.
     
  19. Amelie

    Amelie A-List Customer

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    I am catholic, but seeing it more as a cultural heritage

    If the pope knew what I am thinking on few topics I would probably be expelled lol
     
  20. pigeon toe

    pigeon toe One Too Many

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    I suppose I am agnostic, although I was raised Catholic. I went through a lot of periods of experimenting with Paganism and Atheism, but I think I'm pretty much settled on agnoticism.

    Being with my current boyfriend has made me a bit more interested in Catholicism again, even though I will probably never be a practicing Catholic. His great-great uncle was actually ordained a saint (!) because he was a martyred priest. There is a church in Mexico that has a vial of his blood and his bloody clothes. Pretty crazy! I love all the superstition and ritual in Catholicism, and the way my boyfriend and his family practice their religion, in comparision to the way my family does (they are Mexican and my Catholic side is Irish), is very intriguing because it's so different, yet very similar.

    Though my boyfriend isn't very religious, I think it's sweet the way he talks about Catholicism and his beliefs, because it's so very much tied to his family and his history.
     
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