Here are the un-doctored results:
|1.||Mainline to Liberal Christian Protestants (100%)|
|2.||Liberal Quakers (94%)|
|3.||Unitarian Universalism (92%)|
|4.||Orthodox Quaker (79%)|
|5.||Reform Judaism (78%)|
|7.||New Age (67%)|
|8.||Secular Humanism (64%)|
|9.||Baha'i Faith (60%)|
|10.||Mainline to Conservative Christian/Protestant (56%)|
|11.||Seventh Day Adventist (55%)|
|12.||Theravada Buddhism (54%)|
|13.||Orthodox Judaism (53%)|
|14.||New Thought (53%)|
|15.||Mahayana Buddhism (49%)|
|20.||Christian Science (Church of Christ, Scientist) (45%)|
|21.||Eastern Orthodox (45%)|
|22.||Roman Catholic (45%)|
|24.||Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints (Mormons) (39%)|
|27.||Jehovah's Witness (28%)|
This is a little disconcerting since I identify as a Catholic, but when it came to answering some of the questions, I knew the Catholic answer but saw another option that looked like a slightly better fit (forgive me Father).
I am skeptical of any on-line quiz, so I am going to keep my spiritual options open, but this has been a bit of eye-opener to me. I like the idea of being a Friend more than being a Presbyterian,(Pagan sounds fun, too), but since I have never even considered these options, what do I know?
That's it. Go with God, but wear a helmet and watch out for drivers on cell phones while you do that.