Which Christian denomination do you belong to?

There are hundreds of denominations within Christianity, each with their own unique views and history. Ever since the early sixteenth century and the Reformation under Luther, western Christianity has been split by theological and political views. And since then, split after split, especially amongst Protestant groups, has created a very wide spectrum which Christians occupy.

With religion still central to world politics today, find out where you belong on that spectrum. Are you a devout Catholic, proud of Rome's history? Or maybe you are a staunch Calvinist, one of God's elect. Or you could even be a Pentecostal, putting faith and your relationship with God above all else. Or maybe you are an episcopalian, choosing the middle-way between Catholicism and Protestanism. Take the test now, and find out which of nine categories you belong to!

Created by: Rhyfelwyr
1. What is your age?
Under 18 Years Old
18 to 24 Years Old
25 to 30 Years Old
31 to 40 Years Old
41 to 50 Years Old
51 to 60 Years Old
Over 60 Years Old
2. What is your gender?
3. Who do you believe decides whether or not someone achieves salvation?
God, he chooses the elect who he knows will accept him
Individuals have the free will to accept or reject God, and will have the opportunity in their lifetime
4. Which of the the options below do you think best sums up the legitimate sacraments?
Baptism, Eucharist, Reconciliation, Confirmation, Marriage, Holy Orders, Anointing of the Sick
Baptism, The Lord's Supper, and Confession
Baptism and The Lord's Supper
Sacraments cause too much distraction from faith
5. What are your views on church hierarchy and positions such as that of Priest, Bishop etc?
They have no place in the House of God
They are acceptable as a means of ordering services, but not necessary
They are a fundamental part of the Christian faith
6. Do you believe in the idea of a universal church (before the Second Coming), or that people should have religious freedom to pursue their beliefs as God guides them?
It is a Christian duty to strive to create a godly, universal Church
A universal Church is encouraged in scripture, but cannot be achieved in this fallen world
A loose degree of cooperation between churches is best
Religious freedom must come first, with churches able to act on a congregational basis
7. Which of the following do you believe to be necessary for salvation?
Faith alone
Faith and (adult) baptism
Faith, baptism, and good works in life
8. Do you believe there is any merit in infant baptism?
Yes, it is as meaninful as adult baptism
Yes, but it does not substitute for an adult baptism
No, only adults can understand and benefit spiritually from baptism
9. Do you believe baptism conveys justifying grace, non-justifying grace, or is purely symbolic?
Justifying grace
Non-justifying grace
It is symbolic, but nonetheless commanded of believers (although not technically necessary)
It is purely symbolic, and not necessary for a Christian to pursue
10. What are your views on speaking in tongues?
It is a gift from God, sent to the saved
It is most likely caused by a personal frenzy, even if it is done innocently
It is a farce and borderline demonic
11. What do you believe to by the significance of the holy communion?
It is the literal body and blood of Christ
Christ is present in the wine and bread
It is purely symbolic
It has no significance, it is a distraction to faith
12. How do you believe Satan came to be (in his evil form)?
He was appointed by God to fulfill an unpleasant role
He rebelled against God, but God allowed his rebellion to take place
He rebelled against God's authority and survives against God through his own power
13. What are your views on the Trinity?
They are three, and yet as one
There is only one God, who appeared as Jesus
Jesus and God are seperate, each with much power
14. What do you believe is the best way to organise Christian worshipping?
A single universal church with an episcopal system, stemming from Rome
An established church with an episcopal system, with a clear hierarchy and leader
A presbyterian polity to create a degree of unity between individual churches
A congregationalist polity to ensure independence for individual churhces
15. Do you believe in secularism, and the separation of church and state?
Yes, it is necessary to ensure freedom to religion
A secular system is acceptable and practical, if not ideal
No, governments should be run as theocracies to serve God
16. Do you believe that Christ's death on the cross at Calvary is the sole source of atonement?
Yes, Jesus willingly sacrificed himself for our sins, and took the punishment for them
Yes, Jesus willingly sacrificed himself for our sins, in order to pardon humanity and appease God
Yes, Christ was bait to Satan and fooled him into thinking he could kill him, losing the right to humanity after the Resurrection
No, there are non-substitutionary sources of atonemet
17. Do you believe in sovereign grace, and that only God can have mercy and determine who is granted salvation?
Yes, since the fall of man all humanity is on its own incapable of following God, it is by God's grace people achieve salvation
No, anyone can accept or reject God, and has the free will to do so
18. Do you believe in the doctrine of total depravity, and the idea that men are born sinners, incapable of resisting sin by their own merit?
Yes, this has been the case since the Fall of Man
No, individuals have a choice to reject or embrace sin, and do each to varying degrees

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