Tuesday, November 01, 2005

Which 16th Century Theologian Are You?

Disclaimer: This quiz was created by a well-intentioned but eccentric person who has never made this sort of quiz before. But try it out:

Which Sixteenth Century Theologian Are You?

12 comments:

Caelius said...

John Calvin? What?

Andy said...

Of course, the evaluation is based (though somewhat arbitrarily) on personality traits rather than on theology.

*Christopher said...

I was Melancthon. Yes! Was Nicholas of Cusa an option? He's always been a favorite of mine.

Tom in Ontario said...

I'm Philip Melancthon

Andy said...

It's quite curious. Nearly a third of the people who have taken the quiz have been Melanchthon. Could be a flaw in the quiz.

Did you both imagine yourselves to be Abraham Lincoln in the Civil War?

Andy said...

And, no, sorry, Nicholas of Cusa wasn't an option.

LutheranChik said...

LOL! I'm Ignatius of Loyola! I suppose I have to hand over my union card now.

*Christopher said...

Melancthon,

Yes on Lincoln...you know the type...torn between sides in war...could have been the good Dr. Melancthon.

Tom in Ontario said...

Yup, Lincoln

LutherPunk said...

Cool...I was Carlstadt! Good job on the quiz.

LoieJ said...

Too male orientated. But I suppose you didn't have a choice because men wrote the histories. Which doesn't mean that the women didn't think.

Andy said...

I have absolutely no excuse for not including Teresa of Avila.