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Which Theologian Are You?

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Written by Basil on 11/15/2002 11:59 AM. Filed under:

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Well, when I first took the “Which Theologian Are You?” quiz, I turned out to be John Calvin.

“[To] serve God properly we must learn to give up our own wills, thoughts, and desires. Why? Because otherwise we will be wise in our own conceits and will imagine that we can serve God with this or that, and thus spoil everything.”

You are John Calvin!
You’re the most intellectual and thoroughly intense theologian on the block. You know what
you’re talking about and you recommend people to ignore you at their own risk.
Yeah, baby, you know your stuff. You speak in riddles and confuse people for fun. Still,
this hurts your social skills a lot… and you end up always appearing arrogant and rude.

However, after going back and refining my answers a bit, I also came up with Erasmus.

“It is the chiefest point of happiness that a man is willing to be what he is.”

You are Desiderius Erasmus!
You have great love for others and will do just about anything to show it to them. You are tolerant
and avoid confrontations, so people generally are drawn to you. You are more quiet and reserved in
front of strangers, but around some people you open up. When things get tough, you like to meditate
alone. Unfortunately you often get things like “what a pansy,” or “you’re such a liberal.”

I think both seem appropriate, though I strive more for Erasmus. 🙂

Which theologian are you? A creation of Henderson.

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