Whether you're a Christian or not, which Christian sect would be the most appealing to you if you had to choose one? This includes groups that died out or were destroyed (such as the Albigensians). I would lean towards Unitarianism for its anti- dogmatic approach. Although, it may not be considered "Christian" by some I still consider it a valid choice since it has its roots in Christianity.
"protestantism" means alot of things to alot of people igu be more specific, for example in ireland their are no real protestants(well im sure there are) the fight is between Anglicans and Roman Catholics, Anglicans are still in apostolic succesion therefroe catholic(not Roman Catholic) like the Orthodox are
Essenes Seventh-Day Adventists because the first are vegetarians and the second promote vegetarianism, half of their members are vegetarians Unitarians, also Baha'is (they are not Christians) but both these groups see validity in various religions, same with Religious Science--this group I like--uses Christian teachings as well as those from other religions, stresses 'positive affirmation' as a key to achieving peace of mind and good results in daily living Christian Science--I agree with a lot of what they say although I am surely not against visiting a doctor.
what i dont get about JW is they say only 1400 people or whatever will go to heaven, (and all have to be JW) and they go around proselatizing, nigga ive i knew heaven had limited seating i wouldnt go around proseltizin, thatd ruin my chances ya dig