June 22nd, 2005

wisdom

anselm who? or my "Lutheran" college education has failed me

You scored as Anselm. Anselm is the outstanding theologian of the medieval period.He sees man's primary problem as having failed to render unto God what we owe him, so God becomes man in Christ and gives God what he is due. You should read 'Cur Deus Homo?'

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Anselm

67%

Friedrich Schleiermacher

60%

Karl Barth

60%

John Calvin

53%

Jonathan Edwards

53%

Charles Finney

53%

Augustine

40%

Martin Luther

40%

Jürgen Moltmann

33%

Paul Tillich

27%

Which theologian are you?
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Fifteen men on a dead man's chest!
Cutlass or pistol?
What is the name of your pirate ship?
Where is your secret pirate base?
What kind of loot do you prefer?
What do you and your crew prefer to be called?
Parrot or monkey?
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Your capable first matekokopopo
Your bumbling cabin boy with a heart of goldtafkak
The aloof, yet honorable, pirate with a mysterious pastjoffridus
Is always the first one into the fraymyasma
Is the naval officer who ruthlessly pursues your shipcrookedfingers
Is the comical pirate who is always drunk on groghappy2beso
Is currently in Davy Jones's lockertsenft
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Wednesday night musings

  • My knees do not like running and are willing to tell me so.

  • Thanks to ESPN for hiring Steve Stone. It's great hearing Stoney broadcast baseball again.

  • My employers are trying to convince me to be on their book cart drill tea during in August. "If you did a marathon, surely you can do this." I might have endurance but not coordination. But I would get paid for my time on the Sunday of the parade.

  • Checked out The Soul Tells A Story: Engaging Creativity With Sprituality in the Writing Life by Vinita Hampton Wright from work today. One of these days I'll try to do some real writing I promise.

  • Anyone know of a Semagic client that incorporates the new tags feature?