Bondservant and Onebody, I am sorry if I offended you or anyone else, for I surely did not intend that.
I became a bit upset with the statement that I was pushing my "own personal dogma", and other objections to unity in the faith by some other posters. I see unity as the mind of God, and that is even beyond our unity as believers in Christ. So often when I speak of unity I hear people say such as " we are all one in Christ". Certainly that is true ---it is elementary, but that is not the same as "unity in the faith" for God's testimony in the world, and that is what I think is failing in Christianity today. I think I know wherein the problem lies, and that is what the original paper on this thread addressed. I won't pursue it here, but if one wishes to write me privately I would be pleased to discuss it there ---and calmly, where I can carefully reply. Look up always!