as a side affect of the modern world, many of us don't have a solid religion, as defined by Jen. I have to assosiate it with our society having less control over us and less ability to socialize us completly - in much of the world, and iin most of human history, you would have access to a few hundred people, and the idea that they could vocalize. today in the connected world, you meet thousands (or tens of thousands) of people, you have access to virtually unlimited ammounts of media, you meet, talk and communicate with people who come from very different backgrounds from you, so you assimilate a lot of data.
creed - I don't believe in anything... or to be more accurate, I neither believe in god nor believe strongly that god doesn't exist. I believe that I will never have enough information about this to make a decision, and so I do not think about it.
Cult - basically, I worship according to reform jewish practices. I didn't go into a synagogue for 20 years or so, but started going when my son was old enough to go, for his sake. I feel very strongly that if you remove this element of culture from a child's upbringing then they go out looking for something later on in life, and I want to avoid that. After I starte going, I found that I enjoy the services, they remind me a lot of going as a kid.
Code - hard to say, I would say that I lived the largest part of my adult life according to some basterdized home made code that was a hybrid of ayn rand and bushido. with maturity, I would say that my code is very similar to what you might expect from the grandson of both a presbeterian minister whose family came over on the mayflower and a Russian jewish born ethiest - sort of old school wasp meets new york jew.