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On Fri, 21 Sep 2001 00:46:36 EDT, J Y S Czhang <[log in to unmask]> wrote:

>In a message dated 19.09.2001 02:23:30 PM, [log in to unmask]
writes:
>
>><SNiPSNiP> the test takes an arbitrarily chosen set of criteria
>>that differentiate some religions, and then uses that set to
>>force all people into a handful of possible categorizations.
>>It's little more than a game.
>
>    Agreed. But if it was more developed, it might be more accurate (more
>questions, for instance, - even highly pointed questions, i.e.:
>
>Buddha is:
>a) a religion-founding saint, prophet
>b) a supernatural "deity"/god, savior, avatar
>c) a human teacher, philosopher, "just a wise human"
>e) a false prophet, heretic
>[same question could apply to Jesus Christ, etc].

The answer is, of course, d), since a), b), c), and e) are incorrect!

Jeff