Earlier today Darryl Hart took the quiz. Some of you know Darryl as the curmudgeonly (and I used that term in the most endearing way) historian and cultural critic who has written several books criticizing American evangelicalism from the perspective of what might be best described as a twentieth-first-century brand of Old School (Princetonian) Presbyterianism.
Hart's responses affirm Randall Balmer's comment last weekend in Malibu that once evangelicalism gets in your bloodstream and DNA it is impossible to shake. Also, in the process of taking the quiz Hart deconstructed it. This should surprise no one.
I have posted some of Hart's answers below. You can read the rest by going to his post at Old Life entitled "What Must I Do To Be Left Behind from Evangelicalism." (I love the Family Radio answer. Harold Camping is smiling in heaven!)