I was struck by the remarkably narrow and circumscribed view of the author. It has no provision for Orthodox Christianity. It has such things as "Classical liberal" and "Modern liberal", which I find difficult to conceive of. It also omitted significant movements in Western theology like liberation theology, black theology, feminist theology etc, and non-western movements like Zionism.
So one couldn't even say that it had a Western bias -- its bias seemed far narrower than that.
I posted my results for the quiz on my other blog, here and was interested to see that (in admittedly small sample) Orthodox Christians seemed to come up with
- Roman Catholic
- Evangelical Wesleyan/Holiness
I suppose that, of all Protestants, Free Methodists come closest to Orthodoxy in at least sharing some similar concerns.
The quiz also had an "Emerging/Postmodern" category, which I had only heard of quite recently, yet I am sure that both the Orthodox and Zionists outnumber them by several millions.