Tuesday, October 11, 2005

how biblical is your worldview?


Time for introspection. Time to put on a thinking cap. Time to find out just how Biblical a thinker you really are. Go here to take a Biblical worldview test and then, if you are at all inclined, comment about your thoughts during and after the test as well as logging your score if you so desire. Hint: If you cannot identify the man in this photo, you may be in trouble! I am looking forward to hearing from you.

6 Comments:

At 9:36 AM, Anonymous David P said...

Well I have to say I did pretty well. I didn't miss a single question. I just didn't agree as strongly on all of them as I should have. I scored an 85% which makes me a "Strong Biblical Worldview Thinker" As for the picture I cheated I clicked on it. I didn't know who it was though to start out. "Sigh"

DP

 
At 11:28 AM, Blogger prairie girl said...

So happy to hear of the good score.

I scored a 92% and remembered as I was going through the questions that there were things that I debated about.

I have more commets for later.

 
At 12:08 PM, Anonymous Ben Campbell said...

I Got a 95% on the test. It think it was a pretty cool test but I'm not too sure how some of their answers may have turned out. They may think that a different answer is more biblical and i might disagree. But all around it was a pretty sound test. Oh, and yeah, I know who that dude is, or should I say was?

 
At 1:16 PM, Blogger Watchful said...

I scored 95%. I would have scored higher, but when I went through the list and checked every single thing, I found two questions that I got wrong. And one was definitely a mistake that I made in clicking, but not in thinking. I thought the test was very, very good.

 
At 1:46 PM, Blogger Son of Abraham said...

97% and i would content with this question

" The most biblically based tax system would be one based on a flat tax system where everyone pays the same percentage of their income in taxes."

i would think the most biblical tax system would be a poll tax

 
At 2:14 PM, Blogger prairie girl said...

Ben and I discussed this. It seems like it was hard for me to answer "sstrongly agree" or "strongly disagree" when it seemd that some questions were unclear and called for an "agree" or "disagree" instead. At any rate, to score 75% or higher is considered to be a strong Biblical worldview and so far everyone who has posted falls into that category!

 

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