Thisby Thestoop and the Black Mountain

It’s fair to say that I read a good number of books children’s books. Having kids of my own, I like to pilfer their shelves from time to time. In our house, we like to stock “the classics” as a sort of quality guarantee. Since children’s books became a genre there have been writers who have tried to cash in on the children’s market as a way to make a quick buck with little effort. Reading “the classics” means that you get the best books from every era without having to wade through the formulaic twaddle, most of which has mercifully been forgotten over the years.
It’s a different story with modern children’s books. Picking up a new children’s book means taking a chance on wasting your time, and the modern children’s book publishing machine loves tried and true formulas. After the success of Harry Potter we got books about schools for magical/mythological/specially talented kids who are sorted into groups based on their personalities. After The Hunger Games took off, we’ve have had m…

I always thought Tridentine was a chewing gum

A friend of mine in college once told me that I was the most Catholic-friendly Reformed person he had ever met. Now there is incontrovertible scientific evidence attesting to the fact.

You scored as Roman Catholic. You are Roman Catholic. Church tradition and ecclesial authority are hugely important, and the most important part of worship for you is mass. As the Mother of God, Mary is important in your theology, and as the communion of saints includes the living and the dead, you can also ask the saints to intercede for you.

Roman Catholic




Neo orthodox


Evangelical Holiness/Wesleyan


Reformed Evangelical




Classical Liberal




Modern Liberal


What's your theological worldview?
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Anonymous said…
I always knew you were secretly Catholic...hahaha!

The Perfect One
Anonymous said…
I hovered in between fundamentalism and catholicism when I took that quiz. Now that's *really* weird...
-the awesome sis who you will see this weekend
Anonymous said…
The quiz is non sequitor because it doesn't account for Eastern Orthodoxy.