Is there a connection between one’s personality traits and the Christian denomination/church one decides to attend in adult life? Does the denomination/church that one decides to attend have little to do with one’s personality?
I have decided to focus on two areas: 1) Intuition(N)/Sensory(S) and 2) Feeling(F)/Thinking(T).
This is not meant to be a survey, since it’s not a random sample. But I look forward to seeing if any of my intuitions are true about where certain people tend to fall when it comes to which religion/church/denomination they choose to follow in adult life.
Feel free to comment on any connection or no firm connection between personality and the religion/church/denomination one chooses as an adult.
In case you don’t know your Myers-Brigg personality, you can obtain a relatively accurate calculation here:
In the poll, I have listed only the 2nd and 3rd letters of the 4-letter code. So, if you are an ISTJ, then you are an ST for the sake of this poll. ENFP = NF; ESFJ = SF; and so on.
Basically, you can be one of four: ST, SF, NT, NF, although there is sometimes flexibility.
I would have desired to include the last letter of the code, but due to a limited number of poll options, I have decided to place the limit to the second and third letters of the code.
I wish I had more poll options, but since I’m limited to 10, I am somewhat forced to lumping Protestant Christians into one classification as “Christian, but not Catholic.” Hopefully the posts on this thread will flesh out the answers to this poll.