Therefore every scribe who has been trained for the kingdom of heaven is like a householder who brings out of his treasure what is new and what is old.
I scored a 100% St. Anselm. Couldn't help but notice that Aquinas was on the list of possibilities.Nevertheless, an amusing quiz. Thank you.
How does a revert of 13 months score 100% on a test like this where the answers are 'graded' with 6 possible answers from 'disagree' to 'agree' per question?Now I have to read up on this Karl Barth character... :-)You scored as a 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 100% Augustine 93% Anselm 80% Jonathan Edwards 47% Friedrich Schleiermacher 47% John Calvin 40% Paul Tillich 40% Jürgen Moltmann 33% Martin Luther 33% Charles Finney 27% Con Fides,Mark
well i'm 6 marks short of St Augustine & landed up with Karl Barth! According to Fr Paul chavasse a Protestant theologian! i had to race home from Benediction to check my blog! Make sure all my Catholic readers are still aboard!lol
Oh - I'm 80% Jurgen Moltmann!
Heck, I'm Barth as well, though it went to a tie-breaker with Anselm. But at least I'm 0% Luther!
I see that you've hidden your percentage scores of all the other possibles!(Come on, 'fess up... how much on Luther?);-)
The trouble with the questions in these quizzes is that very often rather than just tick a box, I want to write an "it all depends" type of essay. That being said, something crazy must have happened during my (cradle Catholic) education, as I scored Barth 80%, Augustine 67%, Anselm 60% and Tillich 60%, the rest negligible. No Aquinas or Balthasar (sob) but also no Boff or Kung (hooray). Now I must work to improve the Augustine and Anselm ratings, and find out how the existentialism crept in!
I love these quizzes. 'What pope are you?' is quite funny too.This time I'm St. Anselm, followed closely by St. Augustine... :)
Hmmm... 87% Anselm, 80% Augustine. Didn't see Aquinas anywhere.
I'm Augustine 93% followed by Barth84%. Forgot to check the rest and am too lazy to go back and re-do it... anyway, knowing myself, I would probably get an entirely different result.
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