October 26, 2007

Still Orthodox after all these years

Take the Eucharistic Theology Quiz. Thanks to Jared.






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You scored as Orthodox

You are Orthodox, worshiping the mystery of the Holy Trinity in the great liturgy whereby Jesus is present through the Spirit in a real yet mysterious way, a meal that is also a sacrifice.


Orthodox


81%

Catholic


81%

Luther


44%

Calvin


44%

Zwingli


25%

Unitarian


0%


4 comments:

Tim said...

"You are John Calvin. You seek to be faithful to Scripture, and to harmonize difficult sayings. You believe that in the Lord's Supper those who have faith are united to Christ, who is present spiritually, yet in a real way."

Aargh!! OK, how'd that happen?

More to the point, I'm one of me. Two of those I didn't understand, a handful were disagreeable, but many didn't hit the spot - the partial (dis)agreement requires extra dimensions to explain.

John Bassett said...

I also scored Orthodox, though my Lutheran score was about equal. My Catholic and my Calvinist scores were almost the same, too. Does this make any sense at all?

I guess the only thing is that my theology of the Eucharist is a mess. I totally disapprove of the Benediction of the Blessed Sacrament. But I go just about every chance I get. My head tells me one thing, my heart another.

KJ said...

Doh! My "neophyteness" as an Episcopalian is reviealed! My evangelical upbringing seems to keep the "Unitarian" away.

You scored as a Calvin.

You are John Calvin. You seek to be faithful to Scripture, and to harmonize difficult sayings. You believe that in the Lord's Supper those who have faith are united to Christ, who is present spiritually, yet in a real way.

Calvin
94%

Orthodox
88%

Luther
63%

Zwingli
44%

Catholic
31%

Unitarian
0%

Ormonde Plater said...

I scored as Orthodox too, 100%, although Zwingli got in with 25%. (Maybe he's part Orthodox.)