Vote on the ‘Christian’ Turing Test!

Vote on the ‘Christian’ Turing Test! July 15, 2011


Voting is now closed.  Check out the answer key.

This is the ballot page for the second round of the Ideological Turing Test.  In this round, a slate of fifteen Christians and atheists answered questions about Christian life and belief.  The Christians answered sincerely and the atheists did their level best to answer as they thought a Christian would.  Now, it’s time to vote and see if the atheists know their opponents well enough to blend in with them.

Last week, we ran the experiment the other way, and the results from the Christians-trying-to-imitate-atheists round will go up once this poll closes.

To vote, you can start filling out the form below (clicking continue at the bottom and proceeding off-site) or you can go straight to the Google Form here.  The formatting below is supposed to make it easier to open the entries to refresh your memory.  In either location, the survey has two pages.

I’ll keep the polls open til Monday night at least.  In the meantime, to help up the sample size, please post this link (and the explanation of the Ideological Turing Test) to any relevant listservs you’re on, email or facebook it to any interested friends, and post it to Digg, StumbleUpon and other social networking sites.

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