Little Red (mylittleredgirl) wrote,
Little Red

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You *know* I'm procrastinating when I start posting memes.

And now:
You scored as Emergent/Postmodern. You are Emergent/Postmodern in your theology. You feel alienated from older forms of church, you don't think they connect to modern culture very well. No one knows the whole truth about God, and we have much to learn from each other, and so learning takes place in dialogue. Evangelism should take place in relationships rather than through crusades and altar-calls. People are interested in spirituality and want to ask questions, so the church should help them to do this.




Classical Liberal


Evangelical Holiness/Wesleyan


Modern Liberal


Roman Catholic




Neo orthodox


Reformed Evangelical




What's your theological worldview?
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That's... really surprisingly accurate for the fact that I don't really know what the Trinity is except that Liz went to school there I didn't even understand half the questions. Once again, I desire membership in a remedial Sunday School for grownups. (See! The quiz is right! I'm curious and want to ask questions!)

Important questions remain, of course. One: So, what church *is* this that I'm meant to be attending, exactly? Two: Who the heck is that guy in the picture?

And in "Sachi is kinda crazy" news, taking this quiz was actually kind of hard for me (well, except for the part where I wondered how I was meant to "respect" someone named Bishop Spong when it is only one letter away from both pong and sponge -- no insult intended if you are of the Spong clan yourself). Religion and spirituality and God is such a huge wacko hot button in me that all kinds of emotions get set off just by thinking about it -- I've never understood it. (Especially since I, you know, don't really have a religion, per se.) I will spare you the Little Red Theological Conclusions Of The Day, however, as this is a pretty common hot button and I have no actual information with which to defend my flailing. :)

Now I will go back to the New Age and read the rest of that (crazy, omg, craaaaazy, and this is me saying that) book about auras that I am to be tested on at work tomorrow. Seriously, why do I say yes to these things? (Because aura photos are really nifty, even if I don't think they're the be all and end all of solving every problem ever. Because I want extra babysitting money. Because I keep thinking that I'm somehow way healthier than I actually am and have time and energy for part-time jobs and projects because I "shouldn't need so much downtime" or whatever.) *thunks head on desk*

Lastly: After all that, I regret not getting a permanent account. But yay for DVDs someday in the future. :)
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