For the word of God is living and active and sharper than any two-edged sword, and piercing as far as the division of soul and spirit, of both joints and marrow, and able to judge the thoughts and intentions of the heart.
INFJ, a “slightly expressed introvert, slightly expressed intuitive personality, moderately expressed feeling personality, distinctively expressed judging personality.” I just consider the little test thing wonderfully tactful in describing the “judging” part. Here’s an interesting description of INFJs. Ian is an ISTJ, although he says he should be an ISTP.
Wonder what Meyers-Briggs type you are? Wonder no longer. Take the test, and then do tell!
– KF –
8 thoughts on “Your Type Is…”
INFJ also, although I have come up INFP on other tests. It sort of depends on my mood. The I and N are strongly expressed, the F and J are weak.
The only thing pulling me into the J, frankly, is that I like deadlines, and most P’s don’t. I am untidy and I improvise. I require deadlines to get anything DONE.
ENFJ – The Teacher Idealist
# slightly expressed extrovert
# moderately expressed intuitive personality
# moderately expressed feeling personality
# slightly expressed judging personality
I love these kind of tests. I’ll have to try it. Back from Vancouver and Victoria with friend, Marion. Great time! See you soon!
That test says I’m an ISFJ. From reading the descriptions, I don’t think they describe me very well. I don’t really like personality tests like this because the questions are too general, and very black and white. I couldn’t easily answer about half of those questions. It’s hard to know how you react to a situation on general terms, and often it depends on circumstances.
Have you ever heard of the enneagram? I like it a lot better than most personality things. For one thing, even though there are tests to see which type you are, it encourages you to figure out which type you are for yourself. We had a class in high school where we spent a month or two figuring out which enneagram number we were and why. I am a type 9 with a 1 wing. Everyone I know can fit into one of these types, though some people have a “wing” which is always a number to the left or right in the ennegram circl
I love personality tests and the like. I’m going to have to try that ennegram one. BTW, I’m an ISTJ. It took the full on Myers-Brigs test a few years ago as a part of a battery of tests to determine what I’d be good at as far as a career. Don’t know if it was helpful for that, but I like the personality one. : )
iNTj — the description sounded pretty acurate, especially the part about wanting people to make *sense*.
IntP, although I’m pretty sure you knew that already. Dad is one too.
Ha! Are you sure you’re not an IntJ?