Thursday, June 16, 2005

Good grief! I'm this???

You scored as Evangelical Holiness/Wesleyan. You are an evangelical in the Wesleyan tradition. You believe that God's grace enables you to choose to believe in him, even though you yourself are totally depraved. The gift of the Holy Spirit gives you assurance of your salvation, and he also enables you to live the life of obedience to which God has called us. You are influenced heavly by John Wesley and the Methodists.

Evangelical Holiness/Wesleyan

71%

Neo orthodox

64%

Roman Catholic

61%

Emergent/Postmodern

50%

Reformed Evangelical

43%

Modern Liberal

39%

Classical Liberal

29%

Charismatic/Pentecostal

25%

Fundamentalist

4%

What's your theological worldview?
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14 comments:

reverendmother said...

Uh-oh! I'm going to have to turn you in to the Calvin Cops.

The Predestination Police.

The GA Gestapo.

You're going to the Presby Pokey for sure.

St. Casserole said...

Something is wrong here. I demand a re-test and, could it be that the test was written to upset Calvinist Bloggie Preachers? Re-test!

Friday Mom said...

Oh, good! I feel so much better now. I tested the same and was starting to feel like a presby fraud! My reformed theology prof's voice was haunting me in my dreams. Whew! I can't be in that much trouble if you tested this way! :-)

And, RM, don't bother sending the Presby Police my way. They're already on my case....

So, really, can you be presby and believe in prevenient grace?

reverendmother said...

I scored equally neo-orthodox and wesleyan. Which is about right, although I do think the quiz is flawed.

the reverend mommy said...

Actually the Presby Pokey sounds like fun.
Or the Predestination Police -- were they just meant to be?

reverendmother said...

Oh, and Friday, you can come hide out at my place. I'd be happy to harbor you as a fugitive.

Songbird said...

Y'all, I am so left of you. Why are you even speaking to my Emergent/Postmodern self? (And what does that mean, anyway?)
The Evangelical Covenant D. Min. student who had the bad luck to draw me as a supervisee told me that a person with my theology couldn't possibly be called to Christian ministry. It was bad luck for him because he got in hella trouble for it after I told someone else in his program who turned him in to the Field Ed. Department. The interesting thing is that he apparently stood by his conclusion even under fire.

St. Casserole said...

Songbird, are you calling us old fashioned, out-of-it and pre-post modern/non-emergents?
The test is stinky.
This is the only phone call I get from the Presbyterian Pokey....

Rev. Mike said...

Don't feel embarrassed, Cass ... I'm embarrassed for you. You may mail me your CTS alumni coffee mug and depart from the hallowed halls of the Richards Center quietly.

nightwoodkitty said...

Maybe you have some Methodist Second Great Awakening types in your family history??

I didn't understand many of the Qs, being a layperson, such as the shipwrecked grace thing, but I came out a Classical Liberal.

Songbird said...

No, no. I meant that I am obviously some sort of bad radical person undeserving of your orthodox attentions. (I'm in a funk.)

revmom/cheesehead said...

I took stoopid test too, over at my place. I think the thing is rigged!

Purechristianithink said...

I think the test was rigged so that if you take the Holy Spirit seriously you come out a Methodist/Wesleyan. Also, I came out emergent/postmodern even though I answered no on the questions about whether I think older churches are irrelevlant, passe, doomed, etc.

PPB said...

The test is RIGGED.
I finally took it and ended up tied for Emergent and Wesleyan. Methinks it's the grace stuff. Like Wesleyans have a stronghold on grace. And Spong as a litmus test? Wasn't he hip about 20 minutes ago?