Saturday, February 07, 2009

Saturday fun: Don't want to be a theologian?




You Are a Calculator



No matter what someone tells you, you're likely to focus on facts and data.

You're a highly analytic person. You are only concerned with what you can know for sure. (Yikes.)



You look at situations objectively, and you have no problem approaching problems from multiple angles.

You would make a good analyst or investment banker. (Again, yikes!!!) You are confident enough to make tough calls and hard decisions.



Suddenly being a theologian and thinking about deep mysteries sounds peachy.

9 comments:

Joe of St. Thérèse said...

That was my nickname, lol.

Henry Karlson said...

Just remember, being a theologian is a no-pay job. More or less. One must either have great love or great confusion (faith seeking understanding) to become a theologian -- and usually both!

The Ironic Catholic said...

Henry, I'm living it. I know.

Beats being a calculator for sure.

Niall Mor said...

According to the quiz, I'm a calculator too, but years ago when I took a church history class, my professor said I had great potential as a systematic theologian. Hmmm :)

Fred said...

and meanwhile I'm a Post-It Note.

Kiwi Nomad 2008 said...

And I'm a coffee cup. Incredibly utilitarian.

the Mom said...

I'm a white board. Who knew?

CMinor said...

Red pen. It figures.

PraiseDivineMercy said...

I memorize things, apparently I'm a post-it.

The problem is that this does not take ADD into account.