Friday, November 14, 2008

On Earth as it is in Heaven » Blog Archive » The Unfashionable Quiz

Tullian posted this list from his book over on his blog today:


  1. You can look around at church and notice that everybody is basically the same age and they look and dress pretty much like you do.
  2. You can’t stand singing a worship song that was “in” five years ago—much less singing a hymn from another century.
  3. You’ve attended a conference because it promised to teach you the next big thing for how to grow your church.
  4. You’re goal in spending time with non-Christians is to demonstrate that you’re really no different than they are and to prove this you curse like a sailor, drink like a fish, and smoke like a chimney.
  5. You’ve concluded that everything new is better than anything old OR that everything old is better than anything new.
  6. You’ve concluded that the way Jesus lived is more important than what Jesus said OR that that the things Jesus said were more important than the way Jesus lived. 
  7. Your only idea for changing our culture is to elect a certain kind of politician.
  8. The last time you got a raise, you immediately started planning how you were going to spend the money on yourself.
  9. You’ve concluded that everything done by the church you grew up in was way wrong and you’re now, thankfully, part of a hip “community” that does everything right.
  10. The one verse you wish wasn’t in the Bible is John 14:6 where Jesus says, “I am the way, the truth, and the life, and no one comes to the Father but by me.” That’s way too exclusive!

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