June 17, 2005
Luke! It Is Your Destiny!
| You scored as Roman Catholic. You are Roman Catholic. Church tradition and ecclesial authority are hugely important, and the most important part of worship for you is mass. As the Mother of God, Mary is important in your theology, and as the communion of saints includes the living and the dead, you can also ask the saints to intercede for you.|
What's your theological worldview?
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Yips! to the Maximum Classical Liberal Leader, the Equally Classical JohnL, the Impenetrably Classical One, the Evangelical Wesleyanish Brian B. and the Emergently Postermodern Owlish.
Posted by Robert at June 17, 2005 05:37 PM
I end up 93% Catholic, 86% Neo Orthodox, 79% Evangelical Holiness/Wesleyan, 57% classical liberal. And so on from there. Pretty much what I thought.
I'll put my results up Monday, gonna let the spy novel sit up top for a bit.
71% wesleyan, 68% evangelical, 61% fundamentalist.
100% Mormon, but they didn't have that category...
12 years of Parochial schooling has paid off (again)....
Robbo, you are already in our camp--might as well make it official. Bring half of your vestry with you. Leave a note and say the Very Rev. V. Gene Robinson was the last straw.
Hmmm. I didn't see any questions about altar boys.
Yikes! I'm 96% Wesleyan, 93% Neo-orthodox and only 72% R.C. (I suppose I do prefer the Charles Wesley Easter hymn over the folk-rock stuff, with banjo, that had me apostatically grumbling through Easter mass this year.) But c'mon in...the water's fine!
What is it with some of these R.C. parishes and their hippy music? I'm told the Llama Military Correspondent is even subjected to interpretive dancers on occassion. Try anything like that in my stodgy 'Palie parish, where about the most adventerous we ever get is the occassional Ralph Vaughn Williams setting, and we'd storm the alter rail.
We may differ in beliefs, but I am with you (and Chan) as far as the worship experience goes. At a minimum, I want a real pipe organ. Wesleyan hymns help. A consistent liturgical structure, too. We can debate the historicity of the Bible, the doctrine of the Trinity, and other such niceties over beers sometime, but if I go to a church, I want it to be a "sacred" place. A reverent place. Not some convention-center powerpoint show with clappy-happy lowbrow fundamentalism on parade to the tune of some awful twangy Nashville CCM.
The first time I saw an interpetive scriptural dance, I took a fit of laughing (which I disguised as coughing) and "went outside to get some water."
And also -- am I alone in thinking that the "St. Louis Jesuits" badly needed to be strung up with their own guitar strings? I think not . . .
Wow! 100% Roman Catholic.
Interpretive dance? Oy! Been there, too funny. It's cute when it's kids, but seeing adults dancing in church is just...strange.