I suggest you start with the "Belief-O-Matic" test at beliefnet. First because there's no way you can research ALL religions. There are hundreds of beliefs out there, it's impossible to truly research them all in the proper manner that will make you knowledgeable enough to truly make a proper judgment. Second, you ask us, we will tell you about our beliefs and why they're appropriate for us, but you may have different views of the world and I can recommend you research my religion (I'm an Orthodox Jew) but it may not be something that will fulfill you. With this simple test (and it's surprisingly accurate!) you can at least narrow your choices down and do a proper research and analysis of those faiths that are already compatible wit hyour own beliefs.
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Answer by gmasboy at 9:30 PM on Apr. 27, 2011
I don't think you should stay away from any of them! I'm a Pagan, and with the amount of misinformation out there about Pagans, Wiccans and Witches, I would say you definitely need to get the facts there. (Self plug allert) Which you can do on my blog! (End self plug) As well as quite a few other places...
Here's what I'm doing... I pulled up the lists of Dummies, Idiots and Everything Books and simply started reading EVERY RELIGIOUS one I could find from those three lines. Right now I'm reading Christianity for Dummies. Next is Islam for Dummies... It's really an awesome way to get all the basic information and actually understand what they are talking about when it comes to the confusing stuff...
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