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Monday, December 12, 2005

I Took a Quiz and Now I am a Fundamentalist!

You scored as Fundamentalist. You are a fundamentalist. You take the Bible as the foundation of your faith and read it very literally, and it shapes your worldview. Non-fundamentalist Christians have watered-down the Gospel in your view, and academic study of the Bible stops us from 'taking God at his word.' Science is opposed to faith, as it contradicts basic biblical truths.



Evangelical Holiness/Wesleyan


Reformed Evangelical


Neo orthodox


Classical Liberal




Roman Catholic




Modern Liberal


What's your theological worldview?
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I don't know how they got

... "academic study of the Bible stops us from 'taking God at his word.' Science is opposed to faith, as it contradicts basic biblical truths." ...

from my answers, but, it was fun anyways.

the END


  • I did the same test and my score was about the same as yours, Rose~.

    I am a Fundamentalist through and through.

    I was a bit uncomfortable with Wesleyanism coming so high, though.

    God Bless


    By Blogger Dyspraxic Fundamentalist, at 12/12/2005 5:55 PM  

  • Hi Rose,

    I tried clicking on your link, but it takes me to the blogger.com home page. (I had to scratch my head a minute. I thought it looked familiar ... )

    By Blogger loren, at 12/12/2005 7:32 PM  

  • Loren,
    Thanks for pointing that out! There. Now I fixed it.

    By Blogger Rose~, at 12/12/2005 8:02 PM  

  • Hi Rose,

    I took the test, but I'm afraid I really disagreed with the results. I do remember seeing a similar test once, that would match you to Chrsitian leaders of the past. I matched most closely with Luther, and I thought that one was pretty decent.

    By Blogger loren, at 12/12/2005 8:25 PM  

  • I'm a Reformed Evangelical, And I might be Neo Orthodox as well.

    By Blogger Jeremy Weaver, at 12/12/2005 9:21 PM  

  • Jeremy,
    I'm so surprised!

    The quiz is imperfect at best. Some of the most important questions were so ambiguous I answered right in the middle. I felt there was no good answer because of how the question was posed.

    I don't mind being called a fundamentalist, though. You can't construct anything without the basic building blocks!

    By Blogger Rose~, at 12/12/2005 9:40 PM  

  • I think I'm Neo Orthodox because I said that Barth's works were somewhat important.

    By Blogger Jeremy Weaver, at 12/12/2005 9:46 PM  

  • like I said at Doxoblogy I aced it! I scored 100% Reformed!!!!

    By Blogger John, at 12/12/2005 10:54 PM  

  • I took the test and it said I was an "Idiot". So I took it for a second time and said "Not you again".

    By Blogger marc, at 12/13/2005 1:23 AM  

  • I took the same "quiz" and scored 79% Weslyian.

    I agree with you about the quality of the questions.

    They either led or were ambiguous.

    But fun is fun...I guess.

    By Blogger Joe, at 12/13/2005 8:19 AM  

  • John,
    You "aced" it? Ha!
    BTW - Look at my results. Nowhere does it say I am Pelagian or Semi-Pelagian, so you can quit labeling me that ... you and your buddy, Dave Mullins. Besides, Daniel from Doulogos gave me the Pelagian test and I failed. I am a Fundamentalsit Baptist.

    You are a genius! There was no room for such a mind as yours in this test.

    Thanks for joining in the fun!

    Does this make us both "Indy Fundies"? No wonder we get along so well in Blogdom!

    By Blogger Rose~, at 12/13/2005 8:39 AM  

  • Yeh, that "academic study" line made me stop in my theological tracks, too. The more I study the Bible the more I love the Author! The more I love the Author, the more I read His Word to me. IT's a beautiful thing.

    By Blogger Zoanna, at 12/13/2005 8:51 AM  

  • Rose,

    I'm surprised Dave Mullins called you semi-pelagian or pelagian.

    This label for semi-pelagian is for those who don't have an answer for the spiritual deadness of man that doesn't seek God. This is clear throughout the scriptures as being a great problem. Most evangelicals don't think about this much so they would be in this category.

    Those who deny original sin are pelagian. For example, Finney's theology would fit into this category. I don't think that most evangelicals fit into this category, but there is no usefulness in calling labels names in my opinion because people interpret you by that label rather than by your words.

    Historic Arminian thought got around this with Prevenient_Grace.

    By Blogger Shawn L, at 12/13/2005 9:48 AM  

  • Maybe more HyperFundamentalist. Except I have probably read more books by Gail Riplinger and Texe Marrs.

    I think my score for Fundy was 99% to be exact.

    God Bless

    By Blogger Dyspraxic Fundamentalist, at 12/13/2005 10:23 AM  

  • The test was somewhat skewed, if you believe in revival, then you score high on Wesleyanism - which isn't necessarily a one to one relationship (Whitefield was a revivalist). Likewise with infant baptism - suddenly you are reformed (though there are reformed baptists. Likewise, if you believe in literal translation you are fundamentalist. etc.

    Unless one wanted to make a 300 question test, it would be difficult to really snip out the smaller idiosyncracies.

    By Blogger Daniel, at 12/13/2005 11:37 AM  

  • Say it aint so Doxo. Your not a Carman fan too are you?

    I'm afraid to take the test. I took one a while back and was defined as a fundamentalist. Took another and it defined me as a creative cultural. Whatever thats supposed to be. Be back in a while to let you know what this one says.

    By Blogger Bhedr, at 12/13/2005 9:51 PM  

  • I guess I'm a fundy. Oh perish the thought. All these years Dr Bob Jones was right. Ohh it hurts to admit it.


    Reformed Evangelical

    Evangelical Holiness/Wesleyan

    Neo orthodox


    Classical Liberal


    Roman Catholic

    Modern Liberal


    5 - high 4 3 2 1 - low

    By Blogger Bhedr, at 12/13/2005 10:06 PM  

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