Every question (except this one) has seven answers. Make sure to scroll down in order to see all of them.
Each answer set includes bad, okay, better, and discerning choices. So each set may have more than one answer corresponding to those categories.
Therefore, please be honest in your responses, in order for this quiz to get the most accurate assessment possible. Choose the answer that is truest of you now, not what you think the answer should be.
Finally, remember that this quiz is neither infallible nor definitive, but is intended to be use as a general gauge, with results based on the basic assumption of long-term exposure to the Christian faith.
Do you understand this?
At church your friends start discussing a well-respected conservative politician, who was caught in a sexual scandal. What do you do?
You point out that we don't have all the facts. Let's not pass judgment yet.
You defend him because of all the good he has done.
You change the topic because politics don't belong at church.
You try to convince your friends that the scandal is a liberal conspiracy.
You stay silent because you don't know what say.
You point out that we are all sinners saved by grace.
You direct the conversation to discuss how we avoid the same problem.
Your friends are attending a PG-13 action film about a supernaturally-gifted psychic being targeted by the Mafia. It contains about 30 swear words with one f-bomb, action violence with minimal gore, and one scene of upper male nudity. What is your response?
Sure, how can't you not? You've been forgiven bigger debts.
You make him sign an IOU with interest payments included.
You ask for his PS4 as collateral for the entire the $70 he owes you.
You ask him to mow your lawn for you this weekend, for which then you will pay him the $20 dollars.
You give him the money because you are suppose to share with the one in need.
He has game he doesn't play often but you would love to have. You offer to buy it for the $20.
No way. He's obviously irresponsible.
Several people in your church are raving about a new Bible study done by a teacher you have never heard of. The church is offering this study as a class and everyone seems to be urging you to join it. What is your response?
You lack the ability to separate good from evil, which may be placing you in a very perilous position. Good thing discernment can be learned. Let's get at it!
(Expected level for spiritual infants and kids under ten years old.)
You get the foggy notion occasionally that something isn't quite right, but you are still reliant on others to tell you what to do. Time to start learning some of those skills for yourself!
(Expected level for kids 8-13 years and child Christians.)
You're on the right track. You handle simpler situations with some skill, but you're still a bit rocky when things get muddy. Let's hone those skills further!
(Expected level for kids 12-18 years and adolescent Christians)