You scored 25% Pride, 38% Envy, 65% Ambition, and 65% Deceitfulness!
You are Judas Iscariot, the disciple who betrayed Jesus. Many Christians would consider you to be one of the worst villains who ever walked the Earth. Jesus himself said that it'd be better for that man if he had never been born. As horrible as that sounds, you do have some good qualities. You were a humble servant of Christ for three years. You also genuinely cared about your fellow man. You had compassion for the plight of your people. This compassion and your ambition, eventually led you to betray Jesus. Your ultimate goal was to overthrow the Roman Empire and set up the Messianic Kingdom in Israel. You thought Christ came to Earth for this purpose. When you found out that Jesus was not going to do this any time soon, you betrayed him to the authorities in hopes that this may provoke Jesus to wield his powers upon the inhabitants of the Earth and save Israel. Your ambition took you out of accordance with Christ and eventually led you to the dark side. Your deceptive nature made you a perfect candidate to betray your master. Only a snake can hide out in the leader's circle for three years without being noticed. Well Jesus knew, but the other eleven didn't have a clue. You're pretty sharp.
You scored 53% Pride, 53% Envy, 95% Ambition, and 75% Deceitfulness!
You are Satan, the consummate villain, and the ascendant figure in the unholy trinity. Throughout history you have been called The Serpent, The Accuser, The Devil, Lucifer, The Prince of the Power of the Air and The Dragon, among other things. Your "compatriots" in the unholy trinity, the Antichrist and the False Prophet, are merely pawns in your futile struggle with God. Though, they probably don't know this. This is because you are a master of deception; indeed the Bible calls you "The Father of All Lies". You are also very ambitious, and you strive to be in positions of the utmost authority. Unfortunately, it was impossible for you to obtain the highest title in heaven and this is part of the reason why you decided to leave. Of course, you couldn't just leave by yourself, so you managed to use your deceptive abilities to get one third of the angels in heaven to join with you in revolt. God put down the rebellion and expelled you from heaven. To most people, it would seem foolish to start a war against God, but pride can sometimes cause people to do foolish things. In heaven, you were the most beautiful and powerful of all angels and you were well aware of this. Unfortunately, you let your pride consume you and your passions led you down the road to perdition. After you were expelled from heaven, you let another one of your attributes consume you--envy. You knew that you could never defeat God, but you could attempt to destroy humanity, his most beloved creation. Your goal is to bring as many people as possible to suffer in Hell with you. Fortunately for you, but unfortunately for the rest of us, you've been endowed with all of the attributes necessary (deceptiveness, confidence, ruthlessness, and ambition) to do a terribly good job at this.
You scored 65% Pride, 20% Envy, 78% Ambition, and 68% Deceitfulness!
You are Caiaphas, the high priest of Israel. You were a member of a strict Jewish sect known as the Pharisees. Aside from praying in the temple, your mission in life was to have Jesus executed. You are a rather ambitious person and you tend to accomplish most of the goals that you set for yourself. This goal was no different. You managed to have Jesus (the Son of God) crucified in approximately the year 28 AD. You had to get rid of Jesus because he was an insult to your pride. Before Jesus showed up, you were the most righteous man in all of Israel. Jesus was not only more righteous than you were, he also pointed out faults in your righteousness. Your pride blinded you to Jesus' message and drove you to put the man to death. Of course you couldn't do this right away because many people viewed Jesus as a prophet. This is the point where your deceptive skills came in handy. You welcomed Jesus into Jerusalem as an honored prophet and three days later; you arrested him in the night and hastily set up a trial to execute him.
by the way, test wasn't very suited for me, it was directed at working class people, not entrepeneurs! :P
You scored 60% Pride, 65% Envy, 45% Ambition, and 65% Deceitfulness!
You are Cain, the world's first murderer and one of the Bible's first villains. You murdered your brother in cold blood just because God liked your brother's offering more than He liked yours. Only an envious/cruel person could commit such a horrible act for a reason that, quite frankly, was incredibly stupid. To make matters worse, you even tried to lie to God about it afterwards. I guess you couldn't help yourself; you like to deceive people and you are probably somewhat good at it. When God decided that your offering was unacceptable, your countenance immediately fell and you became exceeding wroth. In other words, you lost your composure and got pissed off. This is because you are a rather prideful person, and can't stand criticism from God or anybody else. Of course, all of this could have been avoided if you just gave God a decent offering. Seeing that you are not much of a hard worker, let alone an overachiever, you figured that you'd give God a "just enough to get by" offering. Unfortunately, you failed. Maybe in the future you'll learn from this mistake and try not to be so lazy.
You scored 50% Pride, 70% Envy, 33% Ambition, and 75% Deceitfulness!
You are the Demon, one of the many angels that God kicked out of heaven with Satan. You were once servants of God, but after the war in heaven, you were banished and became the unclean spirit that you are today. You are an excellent foot soldier for Satan, as you are humble enough to take orders graciously and you are not driven enough to try to rise up the unholy hierarchy and usurp Satan's authority. In fact, being the minion of an evil entity is probably the best job for you. This is because you get that special joy in your heart when other people suffer, especially people who you don't like. Also, your ability to deceive makes you very good at gaining the confidence and friendship of your victims before smashing them into pieces. Of course, you don't have to serve Satan. Maybe you could direct your unique talents toward a more positive endeavor, like working for a Fortune 500 company perhaps.
You scored 48% Pride, 20% Envy, 75% Ambition, and 43% Deceitfulness!
You are the Phillistine, a citizen of a nation that rivaled Israel. You inhabited the land of Canaan (i.e. the promised land) before the Israelites decided to roll through and claim the land for themselves. In many respects, you had much in common with the other settlers in the land of Canaan. You were a humble farmer, attempting to eke out a decent living in a harsh world. You had a great love for the land and the people around you. People in the community could always count on you for comfort or support. However, unlike the other settlers in this area, you were quite ambitious. So ambitious, that you wanted to defy the armies of God and challenge them for their claim to the promised land. You are not one to be deceptive, so you usually challenged the armies of God directly and made no effort to cover up your dislike for them. In the 21st century, you continue this pattern of behavior in your dealings with other people. There's nothing wrong with ambition per se, but when ambition puts you in opposition to God, well then, that makes you a biblical villain.
Your result for The Which Biblical Villain Are You Test ...
A Child of Israel
You scored 50% Pride, 33% Envy, 43% Ambition, and 35% Deceitfulness!
A Child of Israel
You are one of the Wayward Children of Israel. There were many good Children of Israel (e.g. Jesus, Moses, Elijah, Daniel, Peter, and so on). However, for the purposes of this test, you are one of the bad (wayward) Children of Israel. You are part of the chosen race of God, but in the Bible it seemed like you could never stop complaining and messing up (e.g., making the choice to wander in the wilderness for 40 years as opposed to going into the Promised land as God commanded). You are not really a biblical villain in the traditional sense. In fact, you possess a lot of godly qualities. You are humble, you love your neighbors, and you are quite trustworthy. However, your relative slothfulness and recalcitrance made it impossible for you to strive to reach the high purpose that God had for you. You were content to do just enough to get by. Therefore, since you're striving was not with God...it was against God. This is why you are considered a villain.