The Hermeneutics Quiz first appeared in Leadership journal's winter 2008 edition, and you can read the full article here. It is designed to clarify how you understand the Bible and how you apply it. Some people will quibble with the categories in the quiz or insist on more than one answer. That’s okay. No test like this can reveal all the nuances needed, but broad answers are sufficient to benefit from taking the quiz.
On a scale of 1 to 5, mark the answer that best fits your approach to reading the Bible. (If you fall between response 1 and response 3, give yourself a 2.) Then total the points, and your score will reveal where you land on the quiz's hermeneutical scale.
Hit "Submit" to see where you scored and what your score means in terms of how you read the Bible. The total scores range from a possible low of 20 to a possible high of 100.
To read more about the Hermeneutics Quiz, click here.
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