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Re: Are INFPs religious or atheists?

Posted: Fri Apr 17, 2015 8:29 pm
by Zetturn
It can exist and it can not exist, I have no Idea. I though INTJs and INFPs are the biggest atheists :roll:

Re: Are INFPs religious or atheists?

Posted: Tue Jun 02, 2015 10:38 am
by Tuevon
I am a religious INFP. The world and the universe in all it's beauty are too complex and fine to not have a Creator, and so, I acknowledge God.

Re: Are INFPs religious or atheists?

Posted: Tue Jun 02, 2015 3:03 pm
by potatotoro
Catholic over here!If you don't mind my asking, what religion are you?or do you just believe in God.

Re: Are INFPs religious or atheists?

Posted: Tue Jun 02, 2015 9:28 pm
by Tuevon
potatotoro wrote:Catholic over here!If you don't mind my asking, what religion are you?or do you just believe in God.
I don't mind at all. I was raised Episcopal (so pseudo-Catholic), but just say I am Christian. My dad has recently become deeply involved in the Serbian Orthodox tradition after years of Episcopal and Lutheran practice. My mom is Episcopal Christian, and my girlfriend is Pentacostal. I've seen much of the spectrum, and I really can't say I fit into any one denominational community, except one that shows upmost reverence for God, and respect and love for God's creation.

Re: Are INFPs religious or atheists?

Posted: Tue Jun 02, 2015 10:17 pm
by potatotoro
it's crazy how many different types their are.must be confusing.

Re: Are INFPs religious or atheists?

Posted: Sun Jul 12, 2015 1:37 am
by pessimist
I went from a believer to an angsty atheist in my teens. I am still a nonbeliever but I am probably more on the agnostic side.

Re: Are INFPs religious or atheists?

Posted: Mon Nov 23, 2015 1:08 am
by Lsjnzy13
I'm an INFP Christian with an ESFJ Buddhist mum and an ESFX Atheist dad, it's a confusing family XD

I don't know if INFPs as a whole are any more religious than any other mbti. Many people in my church are FJs and FPs.

Re: Are INFPs religious or atheists?

Posted: Mon Nov 23, 2015 1:09 am
by Entity
Do you have a Jewish uncle? That calls for a sitcom.

Re: Are INFPs religious or atheists?

Posted: Thu Dec 29, 2016 3:18 pm
by Purple
I think I'd classify myself as "spiritual without the baggage."

Re: Are INFPs religious or atheists?

Posted: Sun Jan 01, 2017 1:56 am
by crow
The central problem for people who classify themselves as "spiritual without the baggage", is all that baggage they carry around, completely unaware that they do so.

Re: Are INFPs religious or atheists?

Posted: Fri Aug 30, 2019 4:18 pm
by Achilleas7
I am an INFP of some extremes (75%I 85%F 100%N (!) 95%P (!)
and not only do i state non religious but i am here to step up the argument to what is religious or not.
If something has proof, is it religion?
if something does not, is it science?
If someone tells me that some "scientists" know better than i can ever know but their proof is nowhere to be found,
ain't that faith?

I am a man of math, telescopes, logic, esotericism, books of all kinds, and i see God everywhere!
where's the "faith" in that?

whoever is struggling with whether they are religious or agnostic,
i suggest to look up the name "Kent Hovind" and press play in one of the 2 hour (or less) seminars.
There are 7 out there.
Please try your best to resist what he is about to do to your "beliefs" after you press play.
He will help you see that "religion" has nothing to do with the apparent truth that all proof reinforce.
the truth is always like a train of evidence!
no evidence can ever disprove the truth!

INFP and God's existence are interweaved!
the INFP gets no choice but "knowing" he didn't just *pop* out of nowhere!
Thank God for that!

"Believing" in the big bang makes you
a) a believer indeed! (and a strong one because you will fight for it to the death (of your ego)
b) a believer of ancient norms because it's how "Hesiod's Theogony" begins. (In the beginning, there was chaos and from chaos order was birthed)

If no proof exists, or if proof is being fabricated, something is not "true" and proof disprove and contradict it!
But why then is it the only religion being taught in schools under the tax payer expenses?
ain't that of some interest?