Saturday, September 16, 2006

On-line Quiz: Are You a Heretic?

Check this out: thout this on-line quiz: Are You a Heretic?

I took the quiz and here are my results:

You are Chalcedon compliant.

Congratulations, you're not a heretic. You believe that Jesus is truly God and truly man and like us in every respect, apart from sin. Officially approved in 451.
Chalcedon compliant: 100%
Nestorianism: 42%
Modalism: 33%
Monophysitism: 33%
Monarchianism: 33%
Socinianism: 8%
Pelagianism: 8%
Apollanarian: 0%
Adoptionist: 0%
Arianism: 0%
Gnosticism: 0%
Albigensianism: 0%
Donatism: 0%
Docetism: 0%


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7 comments:

Brian said...

You scored as Chalcedon compliant.



You are Chalcedon compliant. Congratulations, you're not a heretic. You believe that Jesus is truly God and truly man and like us in every respect, apart from sin. Officially approved in 451.

Chalcedon compliant 100%
Modalism 33%
Nestorianism 33%
Monophysitism 33%
Docetism 0%
Arianism 0%
Apollanarian 0%
Adoptionist 0%
Donatism 0%
Gnosticism 0%
Socinianism 0%
Albigensianism 0%
Monarchianism 0%
Pelagianism 0%

Whew!!!
I was surprised that you didn't have a little "Donatism" in you.

CJD said...

You scored as Chalcedon compliant.

You are Chalcedon compliant. Congratulations, you're not a heretic. You believe that Jesus is truly God and truly man and like us in every respect, apart from sin. Officially approved in 451.

Chalcedon compliant 100%
Pelagianism 67%
Monophysitism 50%
Apollanarian 33%
Docetism0%
Arianism0%
Donatism0%
Adoptionist0%
Gnosticism0%
Monarchianism0%
Nestorianism0%
Albigensianism0%
Modalism0%
Socinianism0%

I think this quiz was a bit sketchy. But I guess so was the early church's insistence on making Greek philosophical understandings of the nature of God a matter of orthodoxy...

Brian said...

67% Pelagian..... nice.

Guiseppi said...

CJD, shows that you'll conform to any standard for that bread and butter . . .

Brian, very impressive. Given your Theological Worldview.

You must fall not in the reformed understanding, but in the 'patristic' worldview . . .

CJD said...

The reason, I think, "Pelagianism" shows up is for the following two reasons:

1. "We can obey the commands that God has given us. This is why some people in the OT were righteous."

Of course we can. Noah was "blameless " (Gen. 6:9); as was David (2 Sam. 22:24); Job too (Job 1:1); and, incidentally, so was the king of Tyre (Ezek. 28:15). The question nowhere says, however, that we can obey these commands apart from God's grace. And besides, "righteous" simply means faithful, and a great many OT saints were faithful indeed. Even when one breaks Torah one is righteous, insofar as that one makes judicious use of the means through which God cleanses their sin (i.e., the sacrifices). It's clear this quiz is more concerned with systematic theology than what the Bible actually says.

2. "God's grace is an aid to help people come to him."

"Aid" probably will scare away most Reformed folk. But the fact is, God's grace is an aid. To be sure, it is more than that (i.e., irresistible), but it is not less. Once again, this shows an elementary Reformed bias on svensvensven's part.

CJD

Guiseppi said...

Good job CJD . . . i guess thats why you get paid the big bucks . . .

CJD said...

[sarcasm] You mean I get paid the big bucks because of my ability to justify any theological position using Scripture? [/sarcasm]