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  • What type of Christian are you??

    14 posts, 14 voices, 1182 views, started Sep 15, 2009

    Posted on Tuesday, September 15, 2009 by Deb Link

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    • Garnett
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      www.godweb.org/blquiz.htm
      copy and paste the above into your browser and take the quiz then post your result.

      My test result was:
      Traditional Christian: appreciate dignity, familiarity and beauty both in public worship and in their private life of prayer. Comfortable with the venerable language of Scripture, creeds, and the great hymns of the church, they regard those who seek change for change’s sake as being too willing to toss aside the tried and the true for something less substantial. Given their respect for what Christianity has received from those who have gone before, their style of faith can provide a sense of continuity and stability in troubled times. Traditional Christians generally accept the church’s teaching about the coming kingdom of God, but like moderates, this is not a subject frequently talked about or discussed.



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          Mary Clark wrote Sep 15, 2009
        • You are a traditional Christian. In worship, as in the private practice of prayer, you seek dignity, familiarity and beauty.  You are comfortable with the venerable language of Scripture, creeds, and the great hymns of the church. You see those who seek change for change’s sake as being too willing to toss aside the tried and true for something less substantial.  Given your respect for what you have received from those who have gone before, your style of faith can provide a sense of contintuity and stability in difficult times.



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          UK Girl wrote Sep 15, 2009
        • A candle lighter ..... I light candles and love traditional Latin Mass - the Catholic Tridentine Mass with the bells and smells .....



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          Lisa Middlesworth wrote Sep 15, 2009
        • Progressive Christian
          are gifted with powers of critical thought, a passion for social justice, and a respect for people who hold views that differ from their own. They tend to favor the separation of church and state, support a woman’s right to choose an abortion, and are eager to learn from people of other world religions. Progressive Christians tend to emphasize what people of different religious traditions can do in cooperation with each other to create a better world. Rather than seeing contemporary culture as being hopelessly depraved, progressive Christians seek to reform it on the basic of ethical norms derived from Old Testament prophets and the teachings of Jesus.



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          Laurie Zieber wrote Sep 15, 2009
        • You are a traditional Christian. In worship, as in the private practice of prayer, you seek dignity, familiarity and beauty.  You are comfortable with the venerable language of Scripture, creeds, and the great hymns of the church. You see those who seek change for change's sake as being too willing to toss aside the tried and true for something less substantial.  Given your respect for what you have received from those who have gone before, your style of faith can provide a sense of contintuity and stability in difficult times.

          Thanks for posting this.  I thought it was interesting.



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          Deb Darby wrote Sep 15, 2009
        • According the test, I’m an Evangelical Christian. For those who don’t know, it’s from Greek, meaning “bearer of good news or glad tidings“.



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          Marilyn09 wrote Sep 15, 2009
        • I am a progressive Christian. estatic I am to be commended for my powers of critical thinking, my passion for social justice, my respect for people who hold beliefs different from my own. estatic



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          Coachmombabe wrote Sep 16, 2009
        • I took the test, which resulted in “evangelical“, but I resist labels. so I wonder if that affects the results? ;o)



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          Kandykahne 5 wrote Sep 16, 2009
        • You are a progressive Christian. You are to be commended for your powers of critical thinking, your passion for social justice, your respect for people who hold beliefs different from your own.happy



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          Mztracy wrote Sep 16, 2009
        • You are a progressive Christian. You are to be commended for your powers of critical thinking, your passion for social justice, your respect for people who hold beliefs different from your own.



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          Seabead wrote Sep 17, 2009
        • This is funny because we just changed churches a few weeks ago for some of the reasons described herein (edited):  

          You are an Evangelical Christian - you seek out churches where the gospel is boldly preached and people are not afraid to express their faith with strong emotion. They tend to find the worship of many denominational churches lifeless and the preaching shallow. With their faith strongly rooted in the Bible, evangelicals have a special calling in helping others stay in touch with the life giving Spirit of a living God.



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          Kyah wrote Sep 17, 2009
        • I’m a moderate Christian according to the test. I don’t believe in churches, because the “church” is actually within us, and actions speak louder than words.



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