A friend of mine is writing about interfaith relationships for Cross Quarterly. In the process, she and her husband took a quiz at Belief Net: the Belief-o-Matic quiz. It’s fun to take since it does ask questions that are very directly tied to religious beliefs. However, as a quiz self-described as “tell[ing] you what religion (if any) you practice…or ought to consider practicing,” I was disappointed to say the least that they didn’t include my beliefs and my religion in the quiz. In fact, they didn’t even come close to the broader category I would consider my religion to be under.
Before I go into a full breakdown of the questions, I suggest you take the quiz yourself–if only because it is interesting to see what they come up with as your preferred religion.