Top 3: Conservative Protestant Christian, Liberal Quakerism, Unitarian Universalism
Bottom 3: Hinduism, Atheism, Jainism/Eastern Orthodox Christianity (The two share the same percentage)
Just gotta say, I honestly feel this sort of quiz could be off. Then again, perhaps I do adhere to these but I am taking this quiz with some salt since I honestly never bothered with the "how important is this to me" that was at the bottom along with kinda feeling a bit conflicted on what to choose for some (afterlife belief, etc.). Also put down neutral for some questions so that probably thought I was something else.
I mean that probably makes sense. It's basically a cop-out style of religion where you just kind of believe that there's something. You just really don't have a clue what the hell it is you need to worship or even if you need to worship in the first place. Being considered 77% Scientologist though is a little alarming though.
100% "orthdox" Quaker, 84% of both Seventh-Day Adventism and conservative Protestant.
I took the test a while back and got about the same result, which surprised me because the other two high percentages describe me far better than being a Quaker, since I'm from an Adventist offshoot that carries on some of the same theology; the Adventist tradition is usually bent towards pacifism, so I imagine that helped me get what I did. After I took it last I got curious about them, and the idea of contemplative, self-driven services appealed to my mystic side; maybe when I get a free Sunday I'll pay them a visit.