Okay I have a very limited knowledge on socionics... frankly it confuses me greatly. But in attempting to understand it better I started wondering if type really has anything to do with religious preference. From what I've gathered, I would say that S types are more apt to be religious because of their following of tradition... however I think that N types would get more out of religion because of their ability to feel things that aren't necessarily physical. So N types would believe in religion because they truely "feel the light", as it were, and S types would believe in religion more because they always have to begin with. I have two friends, one is an N and one is an S. My N friend is an athiest and very open to all forms of thinking and my S friend is very close minded and would never dream of questioning his faith, even though he has plenty of reason to.
Do my assumptions hold any water at all or am I completely off? This isn't meant to be offensive either, I'm just curious.