Religious Values, based off of 9axes is a political quiz that attempts to assign percentages on ten different religious axes. You will be presented by a statement, and then you will answer with your opinion on the statement, from Strongly Agree to Strongly Disagree, with each answer slightly affecting your scores. At the end of the quiz, your answers will be compared to the maximum possible for each value, thus giving you a percentage. Answer honestly!
There are ten independent axes, where each has two opposing values assigned to them. They are:
Pro-Catholic vs Anti-Catholic
People who are Pro-Catholic tend to favour traditional Catholic theology, Papal authority and the Catholic Church, whereas people who are Anti-Catholic tend to oppose tradition Catholic theology, Papal authority and Catholic influence.
Pro-Protestant vs Anti-Protestant
People who are Pro-Protestant tend to favour reformation theology, individual practice and decentralised church structure whereas people who are Anti-Protestant, tend to oppose reformation theology and religious schisms.
Pro-Orthodox vs Anti-Orthodox
People who are Pro-Orthodox tend to favour Eastern European religious traditions, glorification of the Roman Emperor Constantine and leavened bread in religious rituals, whereas people who are Anti-Orthodox tend to oppose Eastern Christian Traditions and the authority of the Eastern Patriarchs.
Philo-Semitic vs Anti-Semitic
People who are Philo-Semitic tend to favour Zionism, Old Testament Traditions and the interests of Jews, whereas people who are Anti-Semitic tend to oppose the existance of the State of Israel, Talmudic law and what they perceive to be Jewish influence.
Islamophilic vs Islamophobic
People who are Islamophilic tend to favour Palestinian Nationalism, Islamic Tradition and Sharia Law, whereas those who are Islamophobic tend to oppose the existance of the State of Palestine, Islamic tradition and Sharia Law.
Pro-Buddhist vs Anti-Buddhist
People who are Pro-Buddhist tend to favour Tibetan Nationalism, the Doctrine of Dukkha and Human Perfection, whereas those who are Anti-Buddhist tend to favour the belief in the flawed nature of humanity, while typically opposing Buddhist idolitry and the doctrine of enlighenment.
Pro-Hindu vs Anti-Hindu
People who are Pro-Hindu tend to agree with the principles of dharma, kama, artha and moksha whereas those who are Anti-Hindu tend to oppose these principles.
Pro-Pagan vs Anti-Pagan
People who are Pro-Pagan tend to favour Pantheistic worship, human sacrifices and worship of nature, whereas those who are Anti-Pagan tend to favour Monotheism and worship of a creator rather than creation.
Satanic vs Divine
People who are Satanic tend to sympathise with the Serpent of the Garden of Eden, favour a belief in the righteousness of the Biblical Satan and in some sects, Progressive cultural values, whereas those who hold divinity as a core value tend to favour Monotheism, worship of the God of the Bible and a strong emphasis on Biblical values.
Atheistic vs Religious
People who are Atheistic tend to favour a materialistic world view, a Secular government, and among extremeists, a crackdown on religious worship, whereas those who are religious tend to favour Moralism, religious worship and, among extremists, Theocracy.
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