Wayne suggested taking the Myers Briggs personality profile. He is comparing them to Bible Translation preferences (see Link: Better Bibles Blog: Bible translation and personality types).
Interestingly I cam out different from the past.
My full history is that I started as INTP (that was at a time of conflict and threat at work so with hindsight it was not surprising I had retreated into myself).
More recently during my ministerial training I came out as ENTP although the T was not very powerful.
Now the F has dominance, I think somewhat overstated as I know that I tend to apply F in a logical way. In some sense I have decided through T that the F is important and therefore think carefully about F, that boosts the score here somewhat more than it should be. I would personally see these as almost 50/50. That is borne out my being pretty comfortable with both the ENTP (interesting that "Church Worker" is not a suitable career – lucky for me it is a calling and vocation rather than career choice) and ENFP profiles.
I am comfortable that I am no longer an INTP although I do like to dabble in that at times. I guess the fact I am comfortable discussing my personality in public like this is a good indication of being E rather than I.
Note that the strong Intuitive and Perceiving scores have always been consistent. I would place my natural preference myself at something like E=60%, N=80%, F=60%, P=95%
Within my training course E’s were rare as were T’s.
Oh and it won’t surprise anyone that I said of my Bible Translation choice:
As for Bible translations TNIV is my most used translation of choice followed by CEV, The Message and NRSV).