Thursday, October 25, 2007

Which Biblical Character are You?

Chana's got a fun post up, which I'm going to steal:
  • Which biblical character do you feel you are most like?
  • Which biblical character would you marry?
  • Which biblical character would you want on your team (or on your side, during a war?)
  • Which biblical character would you want to be close friends with?
  • Which biblical character do you think would make an excellent Disney villain?

Here are my answers, simulposted from her place:

Which biblical character do you feel you are most like?

Abraham. Although I wasn't quite so rude as to literally smash my father's idols, I did come to disbelieve in his religion and left the (metaphorical) land of my father.


Which biblical character would you marry?

Eve. I couldn't have resisted the Tree of Knowledge, either. Also, I hear she was a looker. ;-)


Which biblical character would you want on your team (or on your side, during a war?)

Joshua, if I'm not worried about war crimes or genocide. That guy was brutal.


Which biblical character would you want to be close friends with?

It'd sure be fun to have deep conversations with David. Also, I bet he threw some great parties.


Which biblical character do you think would make an excellent Disney villain?

Haman.

9 comments:

Comrade Kevin said...

* Which biblical character do you feel you are most like?

Job. Not in that persecution complex/woe-is-me way, but for the fact that I have often cursed God for punishing me for no good reason.

* Which biblical character would you marry?

Delilah. I always had a thing for bad girls.

* Which biblical character would you want on your team (or on your side, during a war?)

King Soloman.

* Which biblical character would you want to be close friends with?

Methuselah. He probably had so much knowledge from living that long.

* Which biblical character do you think would make an excellent Disney villain?

Delilah, again.

intuitor said...

Moses to all.

Theresa said...

I've always had a little bit of a crush on St Stephen, the first deacon who was stoned to death. He just seemed so manly.

esther said...

Need I answer that question?

Mark said...

JA,
Abram? How about the whole Isaac/Mount/Lamb/Kierkegaard thing?

CyberKitten said...

Personally I wouldn't have the first clue to any of them.... [grin].

My knowledge of The Bible is rather.... sparse.

Jewish Atheist said...

Mark:

Yeah, it's definitely true that I wouldn't ready myself to murder my son if God commanded it.

asher said...

Hey,
Which athiest do you most resemble?

Which anti-God bestseller do you think makes the best case for a non-judgemental world?

Which athiest in history would you most want to have dinner with? (Don't forget Hitler, Stalin and Mao and Karl Marx)

Which believer in God would you most want to debate?

Sorry to burst you bubble like this but I was just wondering if you realized what this sounded like when you put it into perspective.

Jeffrey said...

Which athiest I most resemble? Charles Darwin

Best seller? The God Delusion

Athiest in History. Socrates, by the way Hitler was a Christian and Stalin and Mao started out that way.

St. Thomas Aquinas to debate