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 on “Hee. Hee. I Knew It.

  1. 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.

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  2. 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.

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