I just found the word TULIPS, no wait, it was singular, just TULIP (I really had to go back and look!!! I know some of you thought I was smarter than that. Sorry!) I took this fascinating little theology quiz (that I found on someone else's web site -- and she had written this clever little thing about it) and here's the skinny on my theology.
According to this infallible (I'm sure!) online quiz, I'm a staunch follower of John Calvin, which is an interesting assessment for this little Pentecostal girl. (oops, did I say the "P" word?) I think it was because I said I believe in the Sovereignty of God. One thing I don't get. Apparently I am 100% compatible with John Calvin, Jonathan Edwards AND Anselm. Now John Calvin I know a little about (And looked up the TULIP thing); Jonathan Edwards always reminds me of his fiery sermon: "Sinners in the Hands of an Angry God"; BUT Anselm? He was the Archbishop of Canterbury in 1093. My Azusa Street roots are turning over in their graves...An Archbishop!! Puleese! And 1093. That was long before I was born. Surely I don't really share 100% theology with someone from . . . what? . . . uh. . .914 years ago?
But the quiz did make me think....and look up some name and ideas I haven't thought about in . . . oh. . . awhile! But since 1093, I assure you!
Which theologian are you?
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|You scored as John Calvin|
Much of what is now called Calvinism had more to do with his followers than Calvin himself, and so you may or may not be committed to TULIP, though God's sovereignty is all important.