Self-discovery

All the cool kids are doing this quiz:

1.  Unitarian Universalism (100%) 2.  Liberal Quakers (98%) 3.  Secular Humanism (96%) 4.  Mainline to Liberal Christian Protestants (93%) 5.  Theravada Buddhism (82%) 6.  Neo-Pagan (81%) 7.  New Age (73%) 8.  Baha'i Faith (70%) 9.  Taoism (66%) 10.  Mahayana Buddhism (64%) 11.  Reform Judaism (62%) 12.  Orthodox Quaker (61%) 13.  Nontheist (60%)

There are actually a number of non-theistic religious systems that ranked above nontheism, which makes the distinction a bit confusing.

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