However, there's something strange about the methodology that I can't quite place. It's based on how fast you can process words and images. I took the religion test, and it tells me that my biases work out this way:
Strongest positive bias: Islam
Moderate positive bias: Christianity/Judiasm (tie)
Less positive bias: Hinduism
Now, while I make no bones about having some biases in this department, I'm pretty sure that isn't an accurate picture of how my biases actually shake out. I can understand how this method would lead to a bad result on Hinduism: of course there will be a processing delay there, because Hindu concepts aren't something my brain uses often. I have to take the instant to remember what "karma" is before I can sort the word, and the concept is packed back in the back of the brain.
The other religions have concepts I use regularly, so naturally they would come out on top. If you were to ask me, though, I would think I had the strongest bias toward Christianity. That suggests there is something odd about the method of determining biases; otherwise, I'd have to accept the existence of an unconscious bias in favor of Islam over my own faith. I think I do have a stronger pro-Islam bias than many Americans, having known some very brave Muslims that I liked and admired, but still, that seems unlikely.