I haven’t had much time recently to post anything, but I thought I would at least re-take Theological Worldview Quiz from Quizfarm. There are holes in the test that could probably park a thousand cars or more, but possibly where the quiz has been taken a few years apart it might indicate at least some shifts in theological understandings. It could also merely indicate that in taking it other times I may have on one occasion really pondered on a question, where in another year I clicked answers “boom, boom, boom.” It could also be that my mom grew up as a Southern Baptist while my dad came from a family influenced a good bit by Lutheran thought, but later as he moved around, sometimes attended a Presbyterian church and later a Baptist church with my mom, before my mom and dad joined a Methodist church around the year 1950. However, as is so often the case with others, they brought along some faith and theological views from prior affiliations, which is why I was baptized at the age of 12. I think my quiz scores may keep reflecting some of the faith views I was exposed to, even as for years there was a United Methodist Book of Discipline kept in our living room. And yes, I really did read it and was fascinated in reading the Articles as well as some newer understandings in theology. Finally, it appears that some of my views may be the same day-in and day-out.
Here are my scores for 2005-2006-2011:
Evangelical Holiness/Wesleyan 75-79-71
Roman Catholic 68-57-64
Reformed Evangelical 61-61-61
Classical Liberal 50-50-50
Modern Liberal 43-36-43