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Reading Theology

What kinds of theological books interest you?
What faith tradition/denomination are you?
Catholic
Eastern Orthodox
Anglican/Episcopalian
Methodist
Presbyterian
Lutheran
Baptist
Pentecostal
Nondenominational Christian
Other
Atheist/Nonbeliever
Which area of theology do you enjoy the most?
Christology
Ecclesiology
Soteriology
Moral Theology
Missiology
Fundamental Theology
Apologetics
Scripture Studies
Historical Studies
Not Sure/Other
Which period of Church history would you be most interested in studying?
Early Church to 1000 A.D.
Middle Ages
Reformation and Counter Reformation
Enlightenment
19th century
20th century
Which theologians have you read?
Karl Barth
Paul Tillich
Dietrich Bonhoeffer
Wolfhart Pannenberg
Jurgen Moltmann
J I Packer
R C Sproul
Carl Henry
Karl Rahner
Hans Urs Von Balthasar
Henri de Lubac
William Temple
Teilhard de Chardin
Hans Kung
Rosemary Ruther
Gustavo Gutierez
John Walvoord
Alistair McGrath
Charles Spurgeon
John Milbank
Joseph Cardinal Ratzinger
Donald Bloesch
Stanley Grenz
Roger Olson
Benjamin Warfield
Jonathan Edwards
Reginald Garrigou Lagrange
Louis Bouyer
Yves Congar
Edward Schillebecx
James Cone
Wayne Grudem
Reinhold Niebuhr
H. Richard Niebuhr
Anthony Hoekoma
Matthew Fox
Christoph Schoenborn
Which protestant reformer do you find the most interesting?
Martin Luther
John Calvin
Urlich Zwingli
Martin Bucer
Philip Malencthon
Thomas Cranmer
Thomas Cromwell
From this list, which is your favorite of the Church fathers?
Ignatios of Antioch
Irenaeus
Justin Martyr
Tertullian
Origen
Clement of Alexandria
Gregory of Nyssa
Gregory Nazianzas
Basil the Great
Augustine
Ambrose
Jerome
Athanasius
Eusebius
Maximos the Confessor
Ephram the Syrian
John Damescene
Do you think that it is important to study philosophy in order to do theology?
Yes, it is essential. Philosophy is the handmaid
Yes, it is a good idea, though not essential.
It doesn't really matter.
No, philosophy will just corrupt one's thinking
Not Sure
Is contemporary Christianity too anti-intellectual?
Yes, definitely
Perhaps slightly
No, it is fine
No, it is too intellectual, faith should be simple
Not sure
Which tradition to you think is the least intellectual in its theology?
Catholic
Orthodox
Anglican
Lutheran
Methodist
Presbyterian
Baptist
Pentecostal
Other
Not Sure
Which tradition tends to be the most intellectual in its theology?
Catholic
Orthodox
Anglican
Presbyterian
Methodist
Lutheran
Baptist
Pentecostal
Other
Not Sure
Do you think that an increase in theological education among the laity would be a good thing?
Yes
No
Not Sure
How was this poll?
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Quit wasting my time!
This poll was created on 2004-04-30 18:22:00 by Melkite