1. First, what is your
religion? I am an Orthodox Hindu with Jain dietary restrictions.
2. How did your faith develop? Have you always had it ("born into it") or did it occur later in life? I converted at 16. I was born and confirmed in the Catholic church, but converted soon after confirmation when my parents let me stop going to church.
3. Do you ever question your faith? What sorts of things make you question it?
My faith is one thing I do not question. It is something I have believed even before I could put a name to those beliefs and we do allow for exploration and explanations in science, which helps.
4. What do you think of other religions? Do you they think they are wrong? What makes you certain your faith is the "right" one? Also, what do you think of atheism? All paths lead to righteousness no matter what. Enlightenment can come from any religion or non-belief, but only a Hindu male (non-materialistic and learned everything they can through thousands of lives) can be one with the Universal Spirit after death. All others go through rebirth until they reach a point of enlightenment.
5. How involved in your religion are you? Do you attend church/temple/etc. regularly? How often do you pray? Do most of your major life choices and decisions stem from your faith? I got to temple every Sunday and pray 5 times a day with Puja (ritualistic prayer and sacrifice) before dawn an at dusk. I also fast after dusk and all day Fridays. All of my major life decisions are seen through the filter of my faith.