Judeo-christian follower of all eastern philosophies. I was asked by a professor to tell the class my religion. It's a philosophy class, so many people would have had the same answer, which wouldn't have included the words "christian," "jewish," "muslim," "hindu," "buddhist," etc - so the professor immediately said that he wanted us to try, try our hardest, to classify with the major world religions and through that say what we were. that was hard for me. i came up with the above answer. i'd like to say, for those who don't know, that i am of no religion. but, that was my answer. just incase nobody knows, a Judeo-Christian (as it originally meant, originating during jesus' lifetime) is a jewish person, who follows the old testament, that also follows jesus' teaching and believes he is the messiah (but follows nothing after that, unlike a christian). So, the reason i gave my answer: Well, first off, my mother is jewish, my father, roman catholic - so my upbringing has a lot to do with it, even though we weren't religious. I don't follow religion, but i started identifying more with judaism over the years, then Catholicism (in my younger years), only because if any of the writings are true, its the old testament... everything after it is gibberish (though it all may be). in addition, the majority of my "spirituality and philosophy," is influenced HEAVILY by eastern thought, religion and philosophy... so, if i had to classify myself in brute, western terms, i'm a Judeo-Christian follower of all Eastern thought, religion and philosophy ...again, i don't label myself or identify with any of these, so don't give that answer... you are FORCED to give an answer somewhat like mine. and if you are christian, just write "christian." ya dig? what would you guys have said if you were in this class?