Personal Worldview Checkup
Relax, there's no "pass or fail" score. As you have probably figured out, the "B" answers reflect a Christian worldview. Since each of us is completely "justified" in God.s sight as soon as we repent and turn from living according to our rules, and begin living in accordance to His rules, and since each of us is gradually "sanctified" (made more holy) throughout the remainder of our life on earth, there is no "pass" or "fail" score for this test. The only thing that counts is to identify those areas of our worldview and lifestyle that need repenting of, and then to do so. This is the only way to bring glory and honor to our Lord, Savior and King, Jesus Christ, and it is also the only way to present a godly antithesis to the ungodly cultural agenda of our non-Christian neighbors. They think that they know how to live, but we, through the grace of the Holy Spirit who has removed the veil from our eyes do know how to live and govern ourselves and we are commanded to provide a daily testimony of how to do just that. Each one of us grows at our own speed. So, instead of focusing on a particular score, we should be concentrating on the process of improving our current score so that we can be more consistent and effective servants of Jesus. This percentage score simply indicates to you the amount of biblically correct answers you selected. Your two-pronged strategy for walking in a more consistent manner with your Creator is to keep your strong areas strong ("B" answers), and to strengthen your weak areas ("A" answers).
A friend of mine says, "You never know what you look like until you get your picture taken." And now that you have had your spiritual "picture taken," and know your "score," are you so quick to dismiss the idea that up to now you may have been an unwilling sleeper agent for advancing the non-Christian cultural agenda by rarely, if ever, stepping back from your daily decision-making process to consider whether your daily decisions will honor man, rather than God?
NOTE: The answers to these questions are discussed in detail in How to De-Program Yourself from All the Blasphemous Things Your Learned in Public School. So, if you don.t agree with the answers, or perhaps think that some of them are unreasonable, you will have a pretty good idea of how much you have been brainwashed!