Denomination quiz....very accurate!

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stanley123 said:
Nephi said:
Basil 320 said:
Eastern Orthodox 100%
Lutheran Church Missouri Synod 100%
Roman Catholic 100%  So how can I be 100% Roman Catholic if I did not agree that authority is vested in one  person or a group of people?
Yeah that quiz seems badly designed...
They need to add a couple of more questions to distinguish better between EO and RC.
For example:
1. Do you agree that the Holy Spirit proceeds from the Father and from the Son?
2. Do you believe in Purgatory?
3. Do you agree with playing instrumental music, such as organ music, during Church services?
Thanks for the replies and information.

"stanley123's" questions 1 & 2 would make the difference, I know this reply by "stanley123" was written seriously, and is a serious question, but question 1 made me laugh.

However, being in the GOAA, question "3" might not necessarily distinguish the Eastern Orthodox from Roman Catholics, not that I don't understand it to be a canonical matter.
 

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Uh oh. I answered "One must be saved by a specific Church" so I guess that's why...

Roman Catholic Church (100%)   

Eastern Orthodox Church (95%)   

Lutheran Church-Missouri Synod (65%)   

Episcopal/Anglican Church (57%)   

Mormonism (57%)   

International Church of Christ (55%)   

Evangelical Lutheran Church (52%)   

Church of Christ (41%)   

Mennonite Brethren (41%)   

Methodist/Wesleyan Church (36%)   

Free Will Baptist (33%)   

Orthodox Quakerism (33%)   

United Pentecostal Church (28%)   

Assemblies of God (19%)   

Jehovah's Witness (19%)   

Liberal Quakerism (19%)   

Seventh-Day Adventist (19%)   

Southern Baptist (19%)   

Unity Church (19%)   

Presbyterian Church in America/Orthodox Presbyterian Church (14%)   

Reformed Churches (14%)   

Reformed Baptist (6%)   

Unitarian Universalism (6%)   

Presbyterian Church USA (0%)   
 

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Basil 320 said:
stanley123 said:
Nephi said:
Basil 320 said:
Eastern Orthodox 100%
Lutheran Church Missouri Synod 100%
Roman Catholic 100%  So how can I be 100% Roman Catholic if I did not agree that authority is vested in one  person or a group of people?
Yeah that quiz seems badly designed...
They need to add a couple of more questions to distinguish better between EO and RC.
For example:
1. Do you agree that the Holy Spirit proceeds from the Father and from the Son?
2. Do you believe in Purgatory?
3. Do you agree with playing instrumental music, such as organ music, during Church services?
Thanks for the replies and information.

"stanley123's" questions 1 & 2 would make the difference, I know this reply by "stanley123" was written seriously, and is a serious question, but question 1 made me laugh.

However, being in the GOAA, question "3" might not necessarily distinguish the Eastern Orthodox from Roman Catholics, not that I don't understand it to be a canonical matter.
I am not sure why question 1 would make you laugh except that an EO would phrase the question differently - say 1 (EO) Do you agree that the Holy Spirit proceeds from the Father alone and not from the Father and from the Son.
Anyway, here are a few more questions which could be asked to distinguish between EO and RC:
Do you agree, disagree or no opinion on the following:
4. The Roman Pope is the infallible head of the Church.
5. There is a clear distinction between venial and mortal sin.
6. In making the sign of the cross, the righthand touches the left shoulder first, and the right shoulder after that.
RC would agree with 4,5,6; EO disagree. The questions could be worded differently if you wanted to set it up so that EO would agree (and RC disagree). For example:
4.(EO) There is no one person who is the infallible head of the Church.
5.(EO) There is no clear distinction between venial and mortal sin.
6. (EO)  In making the sign of the cross, the righthand touches the right shoulder first, and the left shoulder after that.
EO would agree with 4(EO), 5(EO), 6(EO).
 

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stanley123 said:
Basil 320 said:
stanley123 said:
Nephi said:
Basil 320 said:
Eastern Orthodox 100%
Lutheran Church Missouri Synod 100%
Roman Catholic 100%  So how can I be 100% Roman Catholic if I did not agree that authority is vested in one  person or a group of people?
Yeah that quiz seems badly designed...
They need to add a couple of more questions to distinguish better between EO and RC.
For example:
1. Do you agree that the Holy Spirit proceeds from the Father and from the Son?
2. Do you believe in Purgatory?
3. Do you agree with playing instrumental music, such as organ music, during Church services?
Thanks for the replies and information.

"stanley123's" questions 1 & 2 would make the difference, I know this reply by "stanley123" was written seriously, and is a serious question, but question 1 made me laugh.

However, being in the GOAA, question "3" might not necessarily distinguish the Eastern Orthodox from Roman Catholics, not that I don't understand it to be a canonical matter.
6. In making the sign of the cross, the righthand touches the left shoulder first, and the right shoulder after that.
Dude, the sign of the cross is not a matter of Faith, it's a matter of Practice.
Besides, WRO and OO both do the sign of the cross from left to right.
 

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sheenj said:
stanley123 said:
Basil 320 said:
stanley123 said:
Nephi said:
Basil 320 said:
Eastern Orthodox 100%
Lutheran Church Missouri Synod 100%
Roman Catholic 100%  So how can I be 100% Roman Catholic if I did not agree that authority is vested in one  person or a group of people?
Yeah that quiz seems badly designed...
They need to add a couple of more questions to distinguish better between EO and RC.
For example:
1. Do you agree that the Holy Spirit proceeds from the Father and from the Son?
2. Do you believe in Purgatory?
3. Do you agree with playing instrumental music, such as organ music, during Church services?
Thanks for the replies and information.

"stanley123's" questions 1 & 2 would make the difference, I know this reply by "stanley123" was written seriously, and is a serious question, but question 1 made me laugh.

However, being in the GOAA, question "3" might not necessarily distinguish the Eastern Orthodox from Roman Catholics, not that I don't understand it to be a canonical matter.
6. In making the sign of the cross, the righthand touches the left shoulder first, and the right shoulder after that.
Dude, the sign of the cross is not a matter of Faith, it's a matter of Practice.
Besides, WRO and OO both do the sign of the cross from left to right.
Correct. It is just a question to be added to the others.
In Yugoslavia, when they wanted to see who was RC and who was EO, they would ask the boys to make the sign of the cross. That gave them their answer.
 

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stanley123 said:
sheenj said:
stanley123 said:
Basil 320 said:
stanley123 said:
Nephi said:
Basil 320 said:
Eastern Orthodox 100%
Lutheran Church Missouri Synod 100%
Roman Catholic 100%  So how can I be 100% Roman Catholic if I did not agree that authority is vested in one  person or a group of people?
Yeah that quiz seems badly designed...
They need to add a couple of more questions to distinguish better between EO and RC.
For example:
1. Do you agree that the Holy Spirit proceeds from the Father and from the Son?
2. Do you believe in Purgatory?
3. Do you agree with playing instrumental music, such as organ music, during Church services?
Thanks for the replies and information.

"stanley123's" questions 1 & 2 would make the difference, I know this reply by "stanley123" was written seriously, and is a serious question, but question 1 made me laugh.

However, being in the GOAA, question "3" might not necessarily distinguish the Eastern Orthodox from Roman Catholics, not that I don't understand it to be a canonical matter.
6. In making the sign of the cross, the righthand touches the left shoulder first, and the right shoulder after that.
Dude, the sign of the cross is not a matter of Faith, it's a matter of Practice.
Besides, WRO and OO both do the sign of the cross from left to right.
Correct. It is just a question to be added to the others.
In Yugoslavia, when they wanted to see who was RC and who was EO, they would ask the boys to make the sign of the cross. That gave them their answer.
You're still forgetting that some canonical EO cross themselves from Left to Right.
 

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Yes, "stanley123," "I believe...in the Holy Spirit...Who proceeds from the Father," directly.  I laughed because the question goes right to the RC's jugular, the "filioque," controversy which is the symbol of what divides us.
 

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  My #1 is: Eastern Orthodox Church    Selected books, bargains, etc.   
No suprise.
  My #2 is: Roman Catholic Church    Selected books, bargains, etc.   
Many will be shocked that the bar was almost equal to my #1
  My #3 is: Lutheran Church-Missouri Synod    Selected books, bargains, etc.   
  My #4 is: Evangelical Lutheran Church    Selected books, bargains, etc.   
I was baptized into this, but the parish I was in was more of the MO Synod mind (many went that route when the ELCA was formed and sent the parish a woman pastor. I was gone by then).
  My #5 is: International Church of Christ    Selected books, bargains, etc.   
Is this the Instrumental CC? I could see that.
  My #6 is: Episcopal/Anglican Church    Selected books, bargains, etc.   
Btw, the bar is about half way here.
  My #7 is: Mormonism    Selected books, bargains, etc.   
Eekh. Scary!
  My #8 is: Church of Christ    Selected books, bargains, etc.   
  My #9 is: Methodist/Wesleyan Church    Selected books, bargains, etc.   
  My #10 is: United Pentecostal Church    Selected books, bargains, etc.   
  My #11 is: Assemblies of God    Selected books, bargains, etc.   
  My #12 is: Free Will Baptist    Selected books, bargains, etc.   
  My #13 is: Mennonite Brethren    Selected books, bargains, etc.   
  My #14 is: Orthodox Quakerism    Selected books, bargains, etc.   
It is about a quarter here.
  My #15 is: Presbyterian Church in America/Orthodox Presbyterian Church    Selected books, bargains, etc.   
  My #16 is: Reformed Churches    Selected books, bargains, etc.   
  My #17 is: Seventh-Day Adventist    Selected books, bargains, etc.   
  My #18 is: Southern Baptist    Selected books, bargains, etc.   
  My #19 is: Presbyterian Church USA    Selected books, bargains, etc.   
Here it drops down to about a tenth.
  My #20 is: Reformed Baptist    Selected books, bargains, etc.   
  My #21 is: Jehovah's Witness    Selected books, bargains, etc. 
From here down it is negligible results.
  My #22 is: Liberal Quakerism    Selected books, bargains, etc.   
  My #23 is: Unitarian Universalism    Selected books, bargains, etc.   
  My #24 is:
Eastern Orthodox Church (100%) 


Roman Catholic Church (97%) 


Lutheran Church-Missouri Synod (96%) 


Evangelical Lutheran Church (91%) 


International Church of Christ (76%) 


Episcopal/Anglican Church (75%) 


Methodist/Wesleyan Church (75%) 


United Pentecostal Church (73%) 


Church of Christ (71%) 


Assemblies of God (68%) 


Presbyterian Church in America/Orthodox Presbyterian Church (67%) 


Reformed Churches (67%) 


Mormonism (65%) 


Seventh-Day Adventist (65%) 


Free Will Baptist (63%) 


Mennonite Brethren (63%) 


Presbyterian Church USA (62%) 


Reformed Baptist (59%) 


Southern Baptist (59%) 


Orthodox Quakerism (55%) 


Jehovah's Witness (34%) 


Liberal Quakerism (13%) 


Unitarian Universalism (7%) 


Unity Church (0%)

Not much change it seems. Which of course, is why I cling to Orthodoxy.
 

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sheenj said:
stanley123 said:
sheenj said:
stanley123 said:
Basil 320 said:
stanley123 said:
Nephi said:
Basil 320 said:
Eastern Orthodox 100%
Lutheran Church Missouri Synod 100%
Roman Catholic 100%  So how can I be 100% Roman Catholic if I did not agree that authority is vested in one  person or a group of people?
Yeah that quiz seems badly designed...
They need to add a couple of more questions to distinguish better between EO and RC.
For example:
1. Do you agree that the Holy Spirit proceeds from the Father and from the Son?
2. Do you believe in Purgatory?
3. Do you agree with playing instrumental music, such as organ music, during Church services?
Thanks for the replies and information.

"stanley123's" questions 1 & 2 would make the difference, I know this reply by "stanley123" was written seriously, and is a serious question, but question 1 made me laugh.

However, being in the GOAA, question "3" might not necessarily distinguish the Eastern Orthodox from Roman Catholics, not that I don't understand it to be a canonical matter.
6. In making the sign of the cross, the righthand touches the left shoulder first, and the right shoulder after that.
Dude, the sign of the cross is not a matter of Faith, it's a matter of Practice.
Besides, WRO and OO both do the sign of the cross from left to right.
Correct. It is just a question to be added to the others.
In Yugoslavia, when they wanted to see who was RC and who was EO, they would ask the boys to make the sign of the cross. That gave them their answer.
You're still forgetting that some canonical EO cross themselves from Left to Right.
And of course, there are some Catholics (Eastern Catholics) who cross themselves from right to left. So that one question is not sufficient by itself to distinguish EO from RC in 100% of the time.
 

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stanley123 said:
sheenj said:
stanley123 said:
sheenj said:
stanley123 said:
Basil 320 said:
stanley123 said:
Nephi said:
Basil 320 said:
Eastern Orthodox 100%
Lutheran Church Missouri Synod 100%
Roman Catholic 100%  So how can I be 100% Roman Catholic if I did not agree that authority is vested in one  person or a group of people?
Yeah that quiz seems badly designed...
They need to add a couple of more questions to distinguish better between EO and RC.
For example:
1. Do you agree that the Holy Spirit proceeds from the Father and from the Son?
2. Do you believe in Purgatory?
3. Do you agree with playing instrumental music, such as organ music, during Church services?
Thanks for the replies and information.

"stanley123's" questions 1 & 2 would make the difference, I know this reply by "stanley123" was written seriously, and is a serious question, but question 1 made me laugh.

However, being in the GOAA, question "3" might not necessarily distinguish the Eastern Orthodox from Roman Catholics, not that I don't understand it to be a canonical matter.
6. In making the sign of the cross, the righthand touches the left shoulder first, and the right shoulder after that.
Dude, the sign of the cross is not a matter of Faith, it's a matter of Practice.
Besides, WRO and OO both do the sign of the cross from left to right.
Correct. It is just a question to be added to the others.
In Yugoslavia, when they wanted to see who was RC and who was EO, they would ask the boys to make the sign of the cross. That gave them their answer.
You're still forgetting that some canonical EO cross themselves from Left to Right.
And of course, there are some Catholics (Eastern Catholics) who cross themselves from right to left. So that one question is not sufficient by itself to distinguish EO from RC in 100% of the time.
Which is exactly my point...
 

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sheenj said:
stanley123 said:
sheenj said:
stanley123 said:
sheenj said:
stanley123 said:
Basil 320 said:
stanley123 said:
Nephi said:
Basil 320 said:
Eastern Orthodox 100%
Lutheran Church Missouri Synod 100%
Roman Catholic 100%  So how can I be 100% Roman Catholic if I did not agree that authority is vested in one  person or a group of people?
Yeah that quiz seems badly designed...
They need to add a couple of more questions to distinguish better between EO and RC.
For example:
1. Do you agree that the Holy Spirit proceeds from the Father and from the Son?
2. Do you believe in Purgatory?
3. Do you agree with playing instrumental music, such as organ music, during Church services?
Thanks for the replies and information.

"stanley123's" questions 1 & 2 would make the difference, I know this reply by "stanley123" was written seriously, and is a serious question, but question 1 made me laugh.

However, being in the GOAA, question "3" might not necessarily distinguish the Eastern Orthodox from Roman Catholics, not that I don't understand it to be a canonical matter.
6. In making the sign of the cross, the righthand touches the left shoulder first, and the right shoulder after that.
Dude, the sign of the cross is not a matter of Faith, it's a matter of Practice.
Besides, WRO and OO both do the sign of the cross from left to right.
Correct. It is just a question to be added to the others.
In Yugoslavia, when they wanted to see who was RC and who was EO, they would ask the boys to make the sign of the cross. That gave them their answer.
You're still forgetting that some canonical EO cross themselves from Left to Right.
And of course, there are some Catholics (Eastern Catholics) who cross themselves from right to left. So that one question is not sufficient by itself to distinguish EO from RC in 100% of the time.
Which is exactly my point...
Of course, some answers could distinguish WRO from EO or Byzantine Catholics from RC.
But if you object,  we could always throw out the question. 
 

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I took the second quiz as well.

"Your Top 3 Faith Match Profiles Are:
1. Eastern Orthodox (100%)
2. Roman Catholic (100%)
3. Mainline to Conservative Christian/Protestant (94%)"
 

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Nephi said:
This is also an interesting religious quiz that is much more indepth:
http://www.beliefnet.com/Entertainment/Quizzes/BeliefOMatic.aspx
My results from the above quiz:

Eastern Orthodox (100%)
Roman Catholic (100%)
Mainline to Conservative Christian/Protestant (87%)
Seventh Day Adventist (80%)
Orthodox Quaker (74%)
Orthodox Judaism (62%)
Islam (53%)
Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints (Mormons) (51%)
Hinduism (50%)
Jehovah's Witness (49%)
Mainline to Liberal Christian Protestants (48%)
Sikhism (42%)
Baha'i Faith (35%)
Liberal Quakers (31%)
Jainism (26%)
Reform Judaism (23%)
Unitarian Universalism (22%)
Mahayana Buddhism (20%)
Christian Science (Church of Christ, Scientist) (19%)
Theravada Buddhism (19%)
Scientology (13%)
Neo-Pagan (12%)
Nontheist (11%)
New Thought (10%)
New Age (6%)
Secular Humanism (5%)
Taoism (2%)
 

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Nephi said:
This is also an interesting religious quiz that is much more indepth:
http://www.beliefnet.com/Entertainment/Quizzes/BeliefOMatic.aspx
I took it:

1. Orthodox Christian Church (100%)
2. Roman Catholic (100%)
3. Mainline to Conservative Protestant (91%)

Some of the questions were kind of ambiguous, though.
 

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Eastern Orthodox Church (100%) 

Lutheran Church-Missouri Synod (100%) 

Evangelical Lutheran Church (91%) 

Assemblies of God (82%) 


Methodist/Wesleyan Church (82%) 


Roman Catholic Church (82%) 


Church of Christ (73%) 


Episcopal/Anglican Church (73%) 


Free Will Baptist (73%) 


Presbyterian Church in America/Orthodox Presbyterian Church (73%) 


Reformed Churches (73%) 


Seventh-Day Adventist (73%) 


Southern Baptist (73%) 


International Church of Christ (64%) 


Mennonite Brethren (64%) 


Presbyterian Church USA (64%) 


Reformed Baptist (64%) 


United Pentecostal Church (64%) 


Orthodox Quakerism (55%) 


Mormonism (46%) 


Jehovah's Witness (28%) 


Liberal Quakerism (10%) 


Unitarian Universalism (10%) 


Unity Church (0%) 
 

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Nephi said:
Eastern Orthodox Church (100%)  
Lutheran Church-Missouri Synod (88%)  
Roman Catholic Church (86%)  
Evangelical Lutheran Church (79%)  
Episcopal/Anglican Church (71%)  

This is also an interesting religious quiz that is much more indepth:
http://www.beliefnet.com/Entertainment/Quizzes/BeliefOMatic.aspx

And my scores for the one I just linked...
Eastern Orthodox (100%)
Roman Catholic (100%)
Mainline to Conservative Christian/Protestant (89%)
Orthodox Quaker (85%)
Seventh Day Adventist (85%)
Mainline to Liberal Christian Protestants (61%)
Orthodox Judaism (56%)
Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints (Mormons) (54%)
Your Top 3 Faith Match Profiles Are:

Eastern Orthodox (100%)
Roman Catholic (100%)
Mainline to Conservative Christian/Protestant (92%)
Seventh Day Adventist (89%)
Orthodox Quaker (88%)
Hinduism (80%)
Mainline to Liberal Christian Protestants (66%)
Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints (Mormons) (63%)
Jehovah's Witness (61%)
Orthodox Judaism (53%)
Sikhism (52%)
Jainism (50%)
Liberal Quakers (45%)
Islam (44%)
Baha'i Faith (42%)
Theravada Buddhism (39%)
Mahayana Buddhism (39%)
Unitarian Universalism (37%)
Neo-Pagan (26%)
Taoism (25%)
Reform Judaism (24%)
Christian Science (Church of Christ, Scientist) (22%)
New Age (20%)
Scientology (20%)
Nontheist (19%)
Secular Humanism (18%)
New Thought (17%)
 

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Finally, I'm truly Orthodox! (last year my top results were the two Lutheran denominations.)

1 Eastern Orthodox Church (100%)   
2 Lutheran Church-Missouri Synod (95%)   
3 Evangelical Lutheran Church (90%)   
4 Roman Catholic Church (87%)   
5 Episcopal/Anglican Church (75%)   
6 Assemblies of God (74%)   
7 Church of Christ (74%)   
8 Methodist/Wesleyan Church (74%)   
9 Mennonite Brethren (69%)   
10 International Church of Christ (67%)   
11 United Pentecostal Church (67%)   
12 Free Will Baptist (65%)   
13 Presbyterian Church in America/Orthodox Presbyterian Church (65%)   
14 Reformed Churches (65%)
15 Southern Baptist (65%)   
16 Orthodox Quakerism (60%)   
17 Presbyterian Church USA (60%)   
18 Seventh-Day Adventist (60%)   
19 Reformed Baptist (59%)   
20 Mormonism (55%)   
21 Jehovah's Witness (45%)   
22 Liberal Quakerism (20%)   
23 Unitarian Universalism (2%)   
24 Unity Church (0%)   
 

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sheenj said:
stanley123 said:
sheenj said:
stanley123 said:
Basil 320 said:
stanley123 said:
Nephi said:
Basil 320 said:
Eastern Orthodox 100%
Lutheran Church Missouri Synod 100%
Roman Catholic 100%  So how can I be 100% Roman Catholic if I did not agree that authority is vested in one  person or a group of people?
Yeah that quiz seems badly designed...
They need to add a couple of more questions to distinguish better between EO and RC.
For example:
1. Do you agree that the Holy Spirit proceeds from the Father and from the Son?
2. Do you believe in Purgatory?
3. Do you agree with playing instrumental music, such as organ music, during Church services?
Thanks for the replies and information.

"stanley123's" questions 1 & 2 would make the difference, I know this reply by "stanley123" was written seriously, and is a serious question, but question 1 made me laugh.

However, being in the GOAA, question "3" might not necessarily distinguish the Eastern Orthodox from Roman Catholics, not that I don't understand it to be a canonical matter.
6. In making the sign of the cross, the righthand touches the left shoulder first, and the right shoulder after that.
Dude, the sign of the cross is not a matter of Faith, it's a matter of Practice.
Besides, WRO and OO both do the sign of the cross from left to right.
Correct. It is just a question to be added to the others.
In Yugoslavia, when they wanted to see who was RC and who was EO, they would ask the boys to make the sign of the cross. That gave them their answer.
You're still forgetting that some canonical EO cross themselves from Left to Right.
In the WR forum there's a thread saying most WRiters cross themselves in the same way as the Byzantines, which I believe is the pre-schism method.
 

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Rufus said:
Finally, I'm truly Orthodox! (last year my top results were the two Lutheran denominations.)

1 Eastern Orthodox Church (100%)   
2 Lutheran Church-Missouri Synod (95%)   
3 Evangelical Lutheran Church (90%)   
4 Roman Catholic Church (87%)   
5 Episcopal/Anglican Church (75%)   
6 Assemblies of God (74%)   
7 Church of Christ (74%)   
8 Methodist/Wesleyan Church (74%)   
9 Mennonite Brethren (69%)   
10 International Church of Christ (67%)   
11 United Pentecostal Church (67%)   
12 Free Will Baptist (65%)   
13 Presbyterian Church in America/Orthodox Presbyterian Church (65%)   
14 Reformed Churches (65%)
15 Southern Baptist (65%)   
16 Orthodox Quakerism (60%)   
17 Presbyterian Church USA (60%)   
18 Seventh-Day Adventist (60%)   
19 Reformed Baptist (59%)   
20 Mormonism (55%)   
21 Jehovah's Witness (45%)   
22 Liberal Quakerism (20%)   
23 Unitarian Universalism (2%)   
24 Unity Church (0%)   
I'm 91% of my former denomination, 100% Orthodox.
 

mabsoota

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i think all these 'orthodox' results confirm that the quizz is not too bad, not that there are so many orthodox people here! we validate it, not the other way round  ;)
remember not to rely to heavily on the computer!

but deborah, maybe u should change the 'faith' section of yr profile now!
 
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