For fun -- do you think any religion/belief system generally reflects certain functions or types over others? Explain your impressions, if you like.
Christianity -- Te/Fi. Immense importance on proper feeling/a right attitude. Ti fairly unvalued; unbelief in the Trinity is heresy to all major sects.
Islam -- Ni/Se. Shi'ism leaning more Beta; Sunnism perhaps more Gamma. Qur'an is written in poetry; great emphasis placed on interpretation of higher mysteries (Ni) coupled with direct, physical action when necessary (Se). Shi'ism is more demonstrative and there seems to be more group feeling; plus there's a stereotype of Betas being revolutionaries; Sunnism seems more skeptical of demonstrative feelings, and there seems to be more focus on deriving practical principles for life or for building a society (Te), with mystical contemplation still valued, but being typically a more private matter.
Judaism -- Ti/Fe, perhaps Alpha. While mysticism exists, there more focus on justifying textual interpretations through elaborate reasoning (Ti), with bonus points for creativity (Ne). Communal religion; emphasis more on group feeling rather than individual feeling; almost total focus on making this life pleasurable rather than worrying about the next (Si); mysticism (which I'll consider Ni) seems fairly unvalued/almost shunted aside by the majority and only manifests much in certain sects who mostly keep to themselves. Perhaps also there's a stereotype of irreligious Jewish Gammas, which might indicate Gammas have a harder time connecting to the religion?