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DISC Blends

DISC Blends and Biblical Characters

D I S C
Blended Patterns
1

Biblical
Characters
2

Myers-Briggs3

 

 

 

Primary D

Solomon, Rahab, Zipporah

ESTP

D/C Pattern

Paul, Rachel, Michal

ENTJ

D/I Pattern

Joshua, Sarah

ESTJ

D=I Pattern

Apollos, Stephen,Lydia

ENTP

 

 

 

Primary I

Aaron, King Saul

ESFP

I/C Pattern

David, Mary Magdalene

ENFJ

I/D Pattern

Peter, Rebekah

ESFJ

I/S Pattern

Barnabas, Abigail

ENFP

 

 

 

Primary S or S/C

Isaac, Dorcas

ISFP

S/D Pattern

Nehemiah, Martha

INFJ

S/I Pattern

Abraham, Hannah

INFP

S/C/D Pattern

Jacob, Anna

ISTP

 

 

 

Primary C

Luke, Esther

INTP

C=S Pattern

John, Mary

ISFJ

C/S/D Pattern

Thomas, Moses

INTJ

C/S/I Pattern

Elijah, Ruth

ISTJ

1. Ken Voges is the originator in associating DISC behavior styles with Biblical
     characters.

2. Association of the DISC behavior styles with Biblical characters; Understanding How
   Others Misunderstand You,
Ken Voges & Ron Braund, Moody Press, Chicago, © 1994.

3. Cross reference of Myers-Briggs to DISC: Roger Fritz, Combined Application of the
     Myers Briggs Type Indicator and the Personal Profile System, Learning
2001
     Volume 1, Number 3, © Carlson Learning Company, 1991.

     The Greek words ”Choleric,” “Sanguine,” “Phlegmatic”  and  “Melancholic” are
     synonymous terms to “Dominant,” “Influencing,” “Steadiness” and “Cautious.” The
     former model is used by several Chirstian authors, including Tim LaHaye.     

     John Trent and Gary Smalley use four animals, “Lion” [D], “Otter” [I], “Golden
     Retriever” [S] and “Beaver” [C] to  describe behavior differences.

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