I voted 4.
The reason why is because I think my religious predicament is rather... odd. My mom is a devout Christian, converted from a Buddhist family after many of her siblings did; and my dad is Jewish, although he thinks of himself as an atheist. He's a science man and believes that if the end of the world ever were to come, it would be because of a war of religion. The rest of his family, however, is very religious.
We often celebrate the Jewish holidays (Hanukkah, Passover, bat/bar mitzvahs etc), but because my mother isn't Jewish, I'm technically not Jewish either. When we go to visit my mom's side of the family, we celebrate Christmas together (we're not usually with them for Easter), but since people aren't born Christian, I'm not technically Christian too.
During such celebrations, and especially during the prayer aspects, I always feel awkward and very much an outsider, but at the same time I'm very intrigued. I can say with a fair amount of certainty that I'm not religious, but I'm not an atheist either. I guess a good term to describe my religious view is agnostic.
Basically I'm uncertain, but I'm not going to seek out an answer. If there's a God (or multiple gods, or some other form of celestial, omniscient being), then fantastic. If not... oh well, y'know? It's not like there's anything we can do about it, but it would be kind of nice to think there's some big guy out there keeping watch over us, and making sure we're safe at times.