Do you think you know what your true religion is? Is it the religion you actually practice? Take these 10 questions and find out!
START THE QUIZ!
Are you a religious person?
I'm not sure
Do you believe that doing the right thing is important?
Do you believe in one god or multiple gods/goddesses?
I don't know what I believe
I have mixed beliefs
What do you believe the afterlife is?
How often do you pray?
Several times a day
Once or twice a day
Once a week
If I'm in a bind
Where do you practice religion?
I'm not sure
Do you believe that eating animals is unethical?
Only certain animals
I have mixed feelings
Why is there pain and suffering?
To teach a lesson
To work out our karmic baggage
Because of an evil force
Because of desire
Because of sin
Do you prefer to be in nature or inside?
I like a healthy mix of both
What's more important, action or beliefs?
It's important to act on your beliefs
Your true religion is Christianity! Christianity is the world's largest religion, with over 2.4 billion believers. Christians believe that Jesus is the son of god and a savior to all of humanity.
Your true religion is Buddhism! Buddhists have humble peaceful lives, following the traditions and practices of Gautama Buddha, who is known as "the awakened one." Buddhism is a non-theist religion and is often considered more of a spiritual practice.
Your true religion is Chinese Folk Religion also known as Shenado! This religion is the tradition of the Han Chinese. In this practice, government officials and common people share different forms of religious practices and beliefs.
Chinese Folk Religion
Your true religion is Islam! Islam is a monotheist religion in which believers follow the word of Allah (God), believing that he is one and incomparable. Islamists are truly devoted and believe that God deserves the highest praise.
Your true religion is Hinduism! Hinduism is the world's third largest religion, with over 1 billion believers. Hindus believe in the dharma and place a strong value on ethics and morals, as well as karma and rebirth.