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#1 Pia

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Posted 27 February 2007 - 03:36 PM

This is phun- try it.

http://www.sacchurch...ed_pathways.htm

I lost my results :idontknow: figures-- and so will post them later when I find them. :rolleyes:

#2 Rose_of_Sharon

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Posted 27 February 2007 - 04:00 PM

Hey this is fun it would help you to get to know people


Intellectual 19


Contemplative 22


Enthusiast 16


Caregiver 15


Activist 13


Ascetic 26


Traditionalist 17


Sensate 19


Naturalist 20





Ascetic - Loving God in Solitude and Simplicity:
Ascetics want nothing more than to be left alone in prayer. Let there be nothing to distract them--no pictures, no loud music--and leave them alone to pray in silence and simplicity.

#3 scardella

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Posted 27 February 2007 - 04:10 PM

My score:

Intellectual 28
Contemplative 27
Enthusiast 23
Caregiver 17
Activist 17
Ascetic 26
Traditionalist 27
Sensate 25
Naturalist 14


I'm not too surprised. I probably scored a little higher on ascetic than I actually am, but I can't complain about the results.

#4 aalpha1989

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Posted 27 February 2007 - 04:14 PM

Intellectual 24

Contemplative 25

Enthusiast 13

Caregiver 14

Activist 19

Ascetic 21

Traditionalist 26

Sensate 19

Naturalist 10

Traditionalist - Loving God Through Ritual and Symbol:
Traditionalists are fed by what are often termed the historic dimensions of faith: rituals, symbols, sacraments, and sacrifice. They tend to have a disciplined life of faith and have a need for ritual and structure.

:) that describes me well

#5 xTrishaxLynnx

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Posted 27 February 2007 - 04:26 PM

Intellectual 19


Contemplative 20


Enthusiast 18


Caregiver 22


Activist 14


Ascetic 13


Traditionalist 20


Sensate 24


Naturalist 16




Sensate - Loving God with the Senses:

Sensate Christians want to be lost in the awe, beauty, and splendor of God. They are drawn particularly to the liturgical, the majestic, the grand. They want to be filled with sights, sounds, and smells that overwhelm them. The five senses are God's most effective inroad to their hearts.


#6 philosobrat

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Posted 27 February 2007 - 04:48 PM

Intellectual 15

Contemplative 24

Enthusiast 17

Caregiver 25

Activist 18

Ascetic 22

Traditionalist 16

Sensate 19

Naturalist 22


Caregiver - Loving God by Loving Others:
Caregivers serve God by serving others. They often claim to see Christ in the poor and needy, and their faith is built up by interacting with other people. Caring for others recharges a caregiver's batteries.

Contemplative - Loving God through Adoration:
These Christians seek to love God with the purest, deepest, and brightest love imaginable. They want nothing more than some privacy and quiet to gaze upon the face of their heavenly Lover and give all of themselves to God.


I usually end up being in between an introvert and an extrovert.

#7 cmaD2006

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Posted 27 February 2007 - 05:08 PM

Intellectual 13
Contemplative 26
Enthusiast 28

Caregiver 17
Activist 10
Ascetic 24
Traditionalist 12
Sensate 19
Naturalist 19

Hmm. This is interesting:

Contemplative - Loving God through Adoration:
These Christians seek to love God with the purest, deepest, and brightest love imaginable. They want nothing more than some privacy and quiet to gaze upon the face of their heavenly Lover and give all of themselves to God.

Enthusiast - Loving God with Mystery & Celebration:
Excitement and mystery in worship is the spiritual lifeblood of enthusiasts. They are inspired by joyful celebration; cheerleaders for God and the Christian life. They don't want to just know concepts, but to experience them, to feel them, and to be moved by them. They like to let go and experience God on the precipice of excitement and awe.

I do agree with the underlined statement though.

Edited by cmariadiaz, 27 February 2007 - 05:09 PM.


#8 Cathoholic Anonymous

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Posted 27 February 2007 - 05:11 PM

Intellectual - 29

Loving God with the Mind:
These Christians live in the world of concepts. They may feel closest to God when they first understand something new about Him.

Ascetic - 27

Loving God in Solitude and Simplicity:
Ascetics want nothing more than to be left alone in prayer. Let there be nothing to distract them--no pictures, no loud music--and leave them alone to pray in silence and simplicity.

Traditionalist - 27

Loving God Through Ritual and Symbol:
Traditionalists are fed by what are often termed the historic dimensions of faith: rituals, symbols, sacraments, and sacrifice. They tend to have a disciplined life of faith and have a need for ritual and structure.

Activist - 25

Loving God Through Confrontation:
These Christians define worship as standing against evil and calling sinners to repentance. They are energized more by interaction with others, even in conflict, than by being alone or in small groups. Activists are spiritually nourished through the battle.

Contemplative - 24

Loving God through Adoration:
These Christians seek to love God with the purest, deepest, and brightest love imaginable. They want nothing more than some privacy and quiet to gaze upon the face of their heavenly Lover and give all of themselves to God.

These are my top five results.

#9 Piobaire

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Posted 27 February 2007 - 05:30 PM

Intellectual 23


Contemplative 22


Enthusiast 20


Caregiver 10


Activist 11


Ascetic 23


Traditionalist 20


Sensate 21


Naturalist 21


Hmmm looks like I am an intellectual ascetic drawn to contemplation, tradition and nature who isn't very caring or active. Not sure if that is good or bad haha :) Although I suppose the intellect, ascetic, and contempation fit well with the Dominicans!

#10 TrueImage

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Posted 27 February 2007 - 05:33 PM

Ascetic 26
Intellectual 22
Traditionalist 22
Contemplative 21
Caregiver 19
Sensate 18
Activist 15
Naturalist 13
Enthusiast 13

I'm not too surprised...

#11 Nadezhda

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Posted 27 February 2007 - 05:54 PM

Intellectual 20
Contemplative 19
Enthusiast 19
Caregiver 19
Activist 15
Ascetic 24
Traditionalist 19
Sensate 20
Naturalist 25

Naturalist - Loving God Out of Doors:
The naturalist seeks to leave the formal architecture and the padded pews to enter an entirely new "cathedral", a place that God himself has built: the out-of-doors.

I have a very strong sense of place. Coincides easily with geography, my discipline.

#12 shortnun

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Posted 27 February 2007 - 08:15 PM

I had a four way tie!!!

Intellectual
Ascetic
Traditionalist
Naturalist

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Posted 28 February 2007 - 07:42 AM

Intellectual 24

Contemplative 21

Enthusiast 15

Caregiver 19

Activist 17

Ascetic 23

Traditionalist 27

Sensate 24

Naturalist 18




I actually think that's a pretty good account of my spirituality! The rites and rituals associated with a traditionalist are the perfect way to blend the concepts with the senses "making visible the invisible realities of the spirit" - so it makes sense those two would be tied for second.

#14 Jennirom

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Posted 28 February 2007 - 08:36 AM

:rolleyes:

Intellectual 26

Caregiver 29

Enthusiast 24

Caregivers 23

Activists 28

Traditionalists 24

Sensates 24

Naturalist 23

#15 SisterAli

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Posted 28 February 2007 - 11:13 AM

Intellectual 23


Contemplative 25


Enthusiast 24


Caregiver 23


Activist 15


Ascetic 28


Traditionalist 26


Sensate 23


Naturalist 25

#16 Staretz

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Posted 28 February 2007 - 01:43 PM

Intellectual 25

Contemplative 23

Enthusiast 19

Caregiver 25

Activist 17

Ascetic 30

Traditionalist 25

Sensate 26

Naturalist 21

I suppose i should not be surprised that I am predominately ascetic.

#17 AlterDominicus

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Posted 28 February 2007 - 03:22 PM

This was actually really hard for me, haha, alot of them I had two answers to, haha :P:

Intellectual 18


Contemplative 18


Enthusiast 22


Caregiver 16


Activist 17


Ascetic 21


Traditionalist 17


Sensate 20

Enthusiast - Loving God with Mystery & Celebration:
Excitement and mystery in worship is the spiritual lifeblood of enthusiasts. They are inspired by joyful celebration; cheerleaders for God and the Christian life. They don't want to just know concepts, but to experience them, to feel them, and to be moved by them. They like to let go and experience God on the precipice of excitement and awe.
Naturalist 14

#18 scardella

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Posted 28 February 2007 - 03:48 PM

Shouldn't this be on Open Mic?

#19 be_thou_my_vision

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Posted 28 February 2007 - 04:04 PM

Intellectual 20


Contemplative 25


Enthusiast 24


Caregiver 24


Activist 19


Ascetic 22


Traditionalist 22


Sensate 23


Naturalist 25

Sounds about right... sounds pretty franciscan!!

#20 sr_betsy

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Posted 28 February 2007 - 07:45 PM

Intellectual 19

Contemplative 23

Enthusiast 21

Caregiver 19

Activist 11

Ascetic 19

Traditionalist 26

Sensate 22

Naturalist 15


Traditionalist - Loving God Through Ritual and Symbol:

Traditionalists are fed by what are often termed the historic dimensions of faith: rituals, symbols, sacraments, and sacrifice. They tend to have a disciplined life of faith and have a need for ritual and structure.

Edited by sr_betsy, 28 February 2007 - 07:47 PM.





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