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Thursday, March 09, 2006

Are You A Heretic ?

Here's a great little quiz that will tell you what you believe and how you stand up to historic Christian doctrine. It is fun to take. You might be surprised by "error" in your thinking.

Take it and let me know the results. I will post my results tomorrow.

You can take the test here.

15 Comments:

Blogger The Charlebois said...

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3:05 PM, March 09, 2006  
Blogger The Charlebois said...

My results:

Chalcedon compliant 100%

Modalism 67%

Pelagianism 33%

Monophysitism 33%

Monarchianism 33%

Arianism 0%

Apollanarian 0%

Adoptionist 0%

Docetism 0%

Gnosticism 0%

Nestorianism 0%

Albigensianism 0%

Socinianism 0%

Donatism 0%

Too bad i don't know what any of those words mean...but I'm pretty sure it means I'm not a heretic! :) Guess you raised me okay....

3:12 PM, March 09, 2006  
Anonymous Tiberius Gracchus said...

You are a Pelagian. You reject ideas about man's fallen human nature and believe that as a result we are able to fully obey God. You are the first Briton to contribute significantly to Christian thought, but you're still excommunicated in 417.

Pelagianism 100%
Chalcedon compliant 33%
Monophysitism 33%
Monarchianism 33%
Gnosticism 17%
Arianism 0%
Apollanarian 0%
Adoptionist 0%
Docetism 0%
Donatism 0%
Albigensianism 0%
Modalism 0%
Socinianism 0%
Nestorianism 0%

I guess this means that the Pope won't be launching any Crusades against me any time soon?

4:18 PM, March 09, 2006  
Anonymous Suzi 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 compliant67%
Modalism33%
Gnosticism17%
Nestorianism8%
Adoptionist8%
Monophysitism8%
Monarchianism8%
Socinianism8%
Pelagianism8%
Apollanarian0%
Arianism0%
Donatism0%
Albigensianism0%
Docetism0%
The only word I know is gnosticism, and it's heresy. Too bad I scored 17% on it. uh oh. At least I'm not a complete heretic though!

6:37 PM, March 09, 2006  
Blogger Mayor of Tommyville said...

Chalcedon compliant 100%

Modalism 33%

Pelagianism 33%

Monophysitism 33%

Monarchianism 33%

Arianism 0%

Apollanarian 0%

Adoptionist 0%

Docetism 0%

Gnosticism 0%

Nestorianism 0%

Albigensianism 0%

Socinianism 0%

Donatism 0%

Are these specifically Catholic objections or are they pretty universally rejected by most denominations overall?

3:52 PM, March 10, 2006  
Anonymous dean said...

Fo shizzle.

Chalcedon compliant

100%
Apollanarian

33%
Pelagianism

33%
Monophysitism

33%
Docetism

0%
Arianism

0%
Monarchianism

0%
Adoptionist

0%
Donatism

0%
Gnosticism

0%
Nestorianism

0%
Albigensianism

0%
Modalism

0%
Socinianism

0%

4:06 PM, March 10, 2006  
Anonymous Dean said...

Ok that last one turned out weird. All my numbers tabbed over so I look like a freekoliatarian. try this again. Besides ,the more junk we put on Bruce's comments, the more money he gets from google.

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

4:11 PM, March 10, 2006  
Anonymous David H. 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%
Gnosticism 33%
Nestorianism 33%
Monophysitism 33%
Pelagianism 33%
Apollanarian 17%
Adoptionist 17%
Arianism 0%
Docetism 0%
Donatism 0%
Albigensianism 0%
Socinianism 0%
Monarchianism 0%

8:23 PM, March 10, 2006  
Anonymous Amber said...

I found this difficult. I had to read and re-read the questions. Really made me think. Good exercise. Here are my results.....

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%

Nestorianism
67%

Monophysitism
67%

Modalism
33%

Apollanarian
33%

Monarchianism
33%

Pelagianism
33%

Arianism
0%

Adoptionist
0%

Docetism
0%

Gnosticism
0%

Albigensianism
0%

Socinianism
0%

Donatism
0%

8:31 PM, March 10, 2006  
Anonymous David H. said...

i think that these minority percentage scores on these other "isms" is due mostly to the wording of some of the questions . . .

8:31 PM, March 10, 2006  
Blogger BasementBum 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%
Apollanarian 33%
Modalism 33%
Monophysitism 33%
Docetism 0%
Arianism 0%
Monarchianism 0%
Adoptionist 0%
Donatism 0%
Gnosticism 0%
Nestorianism 0%
Albigensianism 0%
Socinianism 0%
Pelagianism 0%

9:30 PM, March 10, 2006  
Anonymous Quistian said...

Chalcedon compliant 83%
Nestorianism 67%
Adoptionist 50%
Monarchianism 50%
Pelagianism 42%
Apollanarian 33%
Modalism 33%
Monophysipsychicichoketism 33%

Carlton here. Ok, this is the *worst* than I can be. I figure, if someone misunderstands me then this is the worst heresy balance they will believe I have… hopefully. I had a hard time understanding exactly where the questions were coming from. Eventually I had a pretty good idea, but I decided to be stubborn and picky in my interpretation. Like what I now know to be “modalism”: oh! I am *so* going to comment on that. And Nestorianism? What a joke difference between Chalcedon. But they’re both in the same body. Oh yeah, that helps. The question that got me rolling in laughter off my chair was the one about salvation ultimately ending in escape from *physical reality*! And the question about “at once…” … at once I don’t get it. At once. “Finally”?? It sounded like a test question against Mormonism… testing to see if you think God is *finally* complete. Maybe that’s the one question I still don’t understand. Except the question of being able to obey His commands and the people of the OT being righteous because of that fact… I knew what they wanted to hear and answered in the middle. I am studying that in light of Deut.30:11. Obviously the answer is faith. BUT, faith and obedience have such a close connection. And what came first, the chicken or the egg. (Rhetorical. I know the answer. DO YOU?) And I guess I never distinguished from my more Pelagian days how *exactly* the people of old could not also be said to have been righteous by their *obedience*. Are there more passages to clue one in? I will be looking. Of course, it surprises me that I wasn’t still all Chalcedon. I go to the most Chalcedon church in the known Chalcedon universe … or in physical reality, for that matter. “Matter”: get it?? And who is Eucharist anyway? My personal Mormonism rating is negative 33%, because I believe God can become Man. But that’s just me. Though I probably have some Einsteiniism in me too. Gotta get rid of that.
Moreover. While posting this Adoptionist? Nah, that's not me. I don't know where they got that. Monarchianism? If you're going to be modal, ya gotta go Monarchian. Appolo 33? Whatever.
Furthermore. Seriously glad I took the test. Catcha later.

11:40 PM, March 10, 2006  
Blogger Aaron said...

This is kind of goofy. I'm pretty theologically anal-retentive, I know exactly what those heresies are, and I know that I don't align with them at all. Yet, I didn't score any better than what I did below. I personally think that there's some precision in phraseology lacking on that quiz (or some of the scripting is wrong).

-Aaron

Chalcedon compliant 100%

Nestorianism 67%
Apollanarian 33%
Adoptionist 33%
Monophysitism 33%
Pelagianism 33%
Arianism 0%
Socinianism 0%
Monarchianism 0%
Docetism 0%
Donatism 0%
Albigensianism 0%
Modalism 0%
Gnosticism 0%

12:28 AM, March 11, 2006  
Blogger Mayor of Tommyville said...

Refridgetarianism 67%
(The belief that when your body finally reaches it's experation date, you get taken up or just pushed way to the back)

Kernalism 33%
(The belief that one day most people will be suddenly transformed into brand new white and fluffy bodies, while the rest are left at the bottom of the bag).

Prizmism 0%
(The belief that one day we will all be transformed into rainbows).

retropenguineism: 73%
(A belief held by nun's that outside of God they will forever be stuck in their old habits.)

mulliganism: 24%
(The belief that if you get off course in life, you get one opportunity to get back on track without having to take a negative stroke penalty on your score card).

bioclosetarianism: 54%
(The belief that life started out with two hangers in a closet, yet mysteriously now we have loads of hangers and nobody is sure how that happened).

canpearosyrupologetics: 12%
(The belief that we all exist in a spiritual world filled with either heavy or light syrup.)

antiscarecrowneism/procorneism: 92%
(A belief system orignally started by crows about wether to obtain those things in life you hunger for, or to fly away in fear).

felineism/canineism: 89%
(An obscure belief system, but it's proponents usually define themselves as "Cat Peaople" or "Dog people".)

lambeaucelebretarenism: 100%
(The belief that at the end of life, we break a spiritual plane, spike the casket, and leap up into the arms of heaven).

11:57 AM, March 11, 2006  
Anonymous Cole 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

83%

Pelagianism

33%

Monophysitism

33%

Apollanarian

8%

Docetism

0%

Arianism

0%

Donatism

0%

Adoptionist

0%

Gnosticism

0%

Monarchianism

0%

Nestorianism

0%

Albigensianism

0%

Modalism

0%

Socinianism

0%

1:47 AM, April 06, 2006  

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