13 October 2007

Scottish Presbyterian Poll


What Scottish Presbyterian Church would you feel at home in?
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You scored as Disruption Free Church

You score as 'Disruption Free Church'. You think that the spiritual independence of the Church is vital, but you do not disapprove of Establishment

Disruption Free Church

70%

Reformed Presbyterian

65%

Free Presbyterian Church

58%

United Presbyterian

58%

Auld Kirk

43%

18th Century 'Moderate' Auld Kirk

25%


I'm somewhat surprised by the results of this poll. But, some of the questions simply had no correct answer - as usual the questions and results are biased based on the author's own ideas. Nevertheless, its fun taking these and they make you think through some issues. Take the poll yourself and let me know how it turns out for you.

4 comments:

ReformedChristian said...

Its interesting that they they missed out, The Associated Pres, The Free Church Continuing. THE FPC are very scary, conservative for the sake of being conservative and have a real Phariseeism about them. I love the Free Church in our neighbourhood, solid preaching and a vibrant worshipping community. I can't get use to Psalm singing alone though and the idea of baptising infants doesn't appeal in the slightest :-)
God bless you Russ!
Stephen

ReformedChristian said...

hi Russ,
These were my results:

What Scottish Presbyterian Church would you feel at home in?
You scored as a United Presbyterian
You are United Presbyterian, progressive, forward-looking - and in danger of falling into heresy.(no Im a baptist)
United Presbyterian
93%
Disruption Free Church
68%
Reformed Presbyterian
43%
Free Presbyterian Church
35%
18th Century 'Moderate' Auld Kirk
28%

gordan said...

90 percent Reformed Presbyterian. (For Christ's Crown and Covenant, and all that...)

Actually, I happen to know I'd make a really fine Free Presbyterian, except for having no Scottish accent at all, despite my roots. I know, for shame, for shame.

Reformed Renegade said...

RCUK & Gordo, I was surprised by my results but as I said, it may be skewed by the author's own beliefs and leanings. Both of you scored like I thought you both would so, hhmmm, I'm confused.