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76. i win!...i think.
that's only b/c living in austin probably adds about 10 points automatically!
jealousy jealousy jealousy.
I scored 77 - progressive.I'm skeptical about the accuracy and usefulness of the assessment though. But it's still kind of fun anyway.I thought some of the questions were a little odd.
yeah, there was a link to a few others who responded after taking the test and one woman who had a phd in hermeneutics felt like the "progressive" category was the most ambitious and ambivalent. seems that post-liberals, postmoderns, and others could fit into this category differently. i'm with you adam, the questions were a little odd, but for some reason (maybe b/c I like mcknight), I thought this would be helpful for some. like if you were meeting with a group of people for bible study, or for better understanding your staff, etc. kind of like taking a leadership test...it's helpful, but not the whole story or even outright wrong in some areas.
81 is mine, but I never considered myself extremely "progressive." Thanks for the link.
I got a 48 and labeled me as a conservative what ever that is.
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