By the way Nokimis- I pulled up Eagle Brook's core beliefs and I see the statement as excellent:You and I have different understandings of what is a Biblical truth. We've been down this road before and IIRC agreed to disagree. We can each think the other is misguided, but neither of us has the authority to make that call definitively. Only God has that authority. You're free to worship, advocate, and vote as you see fit, and I expect the same liberties afforded to me. It gets divisive when someone considers his flavor of Christianity as "better", like when Blizzard called out the ELCA or I questioned Eagle Brook's motives. That's why I think things like inter-faith coalitions can do a lot to improve society. We can and should debate the nuances of our religions, but then move past the political divisions and focus on our commonality.