Wednesday, September 12, 2007

Hee. Hee. I Knew It.

Which theologian am I most like?

You scored as Karl Barth, The daddy of 20th Century theology. You perceive liberal theology to be a disaster and so you insist that the revelation of Christ, not human experience, should be the starting point for all theology.

Karl Barth

73%

Paul Tillich

67%

John Calvin

67%

Martin Luther

67%

Charles Finney

33%

Augustine

33%

Friedrich Schleiermacher

33%

Jürgen Moltmann

33%

Anselm

33%

Jonathan Edwards

13%

Which theologian are you?
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5 comments:

the very left reverend said...

How very interesting, though, that Paul Tillich was not far behind Barth in your scores.

stephanie said...

I agree. I think it's because I see the value in both of their philosophies. It important for me that the starting point of good theology be Scripture, but I will never discount the human experience. It's too invaluable to the journey. (Plus I tend to lean to a socialist way of life.) So I know that's why I scored that high with him.

My very evangelical Pastor would probably freak if he knew I was that high with Tillich, considering his stance on God not being a "being".

I am surprised I'm that high with Calvin, though. I have two major problems with TULIP, so I've always considered myself more of an Arminiest. Must be his humanistic point of view.

I cannot wait to go to seminary. Maybe it will make it all more clear... or make it worse.

Kansas Bob said...

I am 80% Anselm ... guess I need to check him out before I tell everybody :)

ptg said...

I might have guessed, I'm a Dogmatik neo-orthodox as well.

Karl Barth, 73%, Jonathan Edwards 60%, Charles Finney 53%, Anselm 47%, Martin Luther 47%, John Calvin 47%, Friedrich Schleiermacher 40%, Augustine 33%, Paul Tillich 27%, Jürgen Moltmann 7%.

That was interesting.

ptg said...

Anselm was against the Crusades before it was even cool.