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Tuesday, December 13, 2005

Another Quiz ... Surprise! I am a Dispensationalist!

You scored as Dispensationalist. Now is the Church Age, but during the millenial reign of Christ, the Jews will once again be the focus of God's plans. You are a firm believer in the rapture and seek to take the Bible literally.





Left Behind




Moltmannian Eschatology






What's your eschatology?
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  • That personality test is mad-
    My results:
    Moltmanian Eschatology 75%
    Left Behind 75%
    Premill 70%
    Dispensationalist 60%
    Postmill 30%
    Amill 5%
    Preterist 0%

    I have never even read anything by Moltmann. I am not sure exactly what his eschatology is. Something to do with Neo-Orthodoxy? He wrote a lot about the Kingdom of God, I think.

    What is a Left Behinder?
    Is that different from a Pre-Trib Dispensationalist?

    Every Blessing in Christ


    By Blogger Dyspraxic Fundamentalist, at 12/13/2005 2:20 PM  

  • I think you must be a little bit confused. :~)

    By Blogger Rose~, at 12/13/2005 2:26 PM  

  • And I thought I knew all about eschatology.

    By Blogger Dyspraxic Fundamentalist, at 12/13/2005 2:28 PM  

  • I ended up 100% premill and 95% postmill. I must be confused or I am trying to hedge my bet. Like Matthew I'm not sure what Left Behind means though.

    By Blogger mas, at 12/13/2005 2:53 PM  

  • probably someone who follows popular end times trends in evangelicalism.

    By Blogger Shawn L, at 12/13/2005 4:29 PM  

  • This is even more disappointing than the Theological Worldview survey.
    Questions thoughout the poll seemed to imply that literal interpretation and symbolic interpretation were antonyms.
    Anyway, I think I scored about right.


    Moltmannian Eschatology

    Left Behind





    By Blogger Jeremy Weaver, at 12/13/2005 8:30 PM  

  • Hi Rose,

    I think Shawn has something there. This is not really an objective test, it's someone's subjective view of what others think and what it means.

    Anyway, I didn't think it gave such as accurate view of me -- except, perhaps, that disensationalist dropped off my list.

    By Blogger loren, at 12/13/2005 8:49 PM  

  • mas,
    It is a funny test.

    If you mean the series by LaHaye/Jenkins ... I think that is what is meant, sillily.

    achhhh! 100% Ammilennium? Really?
    I think the test is a joke just for the fact that it has "Left Behind" as an "eschatological system." It is a series of novels!!! But it was fun wasn't it? ... and telling. I didn't know you were amillenialist ... although it figures ... seeing as how everything about the way I look at things seems to be something you have "grown out of."

    Who is Moltmann?

    I'm so dissappointed for you that you don't have the dispensational glasses to make sense of the bible. (just kiddin)

    You really are a dispensationalist to a degree, as are all the people here ... see why tomorrow. ;~)

    By Blogger Rose~, at 12/13/2005 9:33 PM  

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    By Blogger Jeremy Weaver, at 12/13/2005 10:20 PM  

  • Uh....I realy kinda think this is what I am and I guess this test nailed me. in reality I'm a wave tossed by the sea when it comes to eschatalogy. Somebody help me!



    Left Behind


    Moltmannian Eschatology




    By Blogger Bhedr, at 12/13/2005 10:26 PM  

  • http://quizfarm.com/test.php?q_id=119220&first=yes

    By Blogger Jeremy Weaver, at 12/13/2005 10:28 PM  

  • Steve Camp is the modern day salvation of the Church.

    Zane Hodges eats John MacArthur's lunch.

    Funny Doxoblogist! I should have browsed the quizzes better. I would've put this one up for sure.

    By Blogger Rose~, at 12/13/2005 11:37 PM  

  • doxo,

    I got to send this to Steve Camp. He might get a kick out of it. I love to listen and read campi, although I don't always agree with him I mostly agree with.

    He has probably the most people in the world who disagree with him on his blog and he doesn't seem to care. This is a good trait, since when I get that happening I get very weirded out. I'm kind of a wimp that way.

    By Blogger Shawn L, at 12/13/2005 11:45 PM  

  • It said I was amill.

    Truth be told, I haven't so much adopted any particular eschatological framework, though as I go on, more and more "escatological ideas" disqualify themselves.

    I don't buy into the idea that God is going to rapture the church - I think that is pretty plain - likewise the millenial kingdom could be a thousand years or a long time - it doesn't impact my eschatological views one way or the other. I don't believe that the apostles thought Jesus was coming back in their lifetimes(Jesus spoke to Peter telling him how by what death he would glorify God - so Peter certainly didn't imagine Jesus was coming back in his own lifetime etc.) And the whole seventieth week thing is a little thin - more of a weiner-water soup than a good stew. It might be something, but I wouldn't make a meal of it.

    I could say pretty confidently therefore what eschatological system I am "NOT" following - but I couldn't really quantify which system I am following. I haven't learned my theology systematically, but rather directly from scripture - and God hasn't opened my eyes to any one system, except to point out what parts of each system are inconsistent.

    By Blogger Daniel, at 12/14/2005 11:03 AM  

  • Jeremy - that quiz was hilarious! I absolutely loved the way it catered to the stereo-types.

    "You are a Calvinist. You hate eveyone that does not believe like you, you are hateful and proud. You do not witness. God can save the world without you.

    "You are an atheist. You have been wasting your time with this god stuff. Go have some fun."

    "You are an Arminian. You do not believe in the God of the Bible. You are wasting your time right now. The lost are dying and it's your fault.

    By Blogger Daniel, at 12/14/2005 11:15 AM  

  • Well after posting on your Post on why YOUR church is dispensationlist I decided to take this quiz to see what what I was. my results are:

    Premillenialist 75%
    Moltmannian Eschatology 65%
    Amillenialist 60%
    Preterist 55%
    Postmillenialist 50%
    Left Behind 40%
    Dispensationalist 10%

    I though like Daniel have not adopted any eschatological framework. I find most of them wanting and having to stretch things to make them fit.

    But so say I have an eschatology I am going to agree with whatever Dr. Russel Moore says.

    By Blogger John, at 12/14/2005 3:36 PM  

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