Hi Calvin, I'm Paul
Which theologian are you?
Boy In the Bands scored as Calvin,
and I scored as Paul Tillich. Whattyaknow.
My results, quoted from the web page:
"Paul Tillich sought to express Christian truth in an existentialist way. Our primary problem is alienation from the ground of our being, so that our life is meaningless. Great for psychotherapy, but no longer very influential.
THAT was fun. And illuminating. And slightly disturbing. Definitely evidence that it's time to hit the books in a serious way this summer. I don't know who Finney is, but I'm very happy that I got a little skotch of Jonathan Edwards in there. I'm either a study in contradictions or just a sloppy theological mess. Either one is fine with me. Because, you know... it's that existentialist thing. It doesn't matter in the end, anyway.
Seriously though... how come I can't be Elisabeth Schussler-Fiorenza or Sarah Coakley or even Hildegard of Bingen? Or Theresa of Avila?
I know he's not a classical theologian or systematician, but it's all about EMERSON for me. And Channing. Rolled up with Bette Midler, Endora, Martin Luther King and Stephen Sondheim. That's what I call the meaning of life.