How Other People Stereotype Your Denomination

Over at Near Emmaus:

I read this fun article from Nate Shivar titled How Other People Stereotype Your City where he enters the name of a city into Google to see what Google AutoSuggest tells us about the most popular related searches. The questions people ask about a city says something about how they stereotype a city. I thought it might be fun to do the same thing with denominations (though I wouldn’t be surprised if someone else has done this already). This is what I found…

Anglicans:

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Anabaptists:

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Baptists:

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Calvinists:

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Catholics:

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Episcopalians:

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Lutherans:

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Mennonites:

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Methodists:

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Orthodox:

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Pentecostals:

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Presbyterians:

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Zwinglians:

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And just in case you were wondering about non-denominational churches:

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2 thoughts on “How Other People Stereotype Your Denomination

  1. Strange, very strange that no one wondered why anyone is Coptic, or Armenian or Orthodox!
    Guess we of the east all got left out! Sad….

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