homer911: This is why I believe it is so important that churches unite around the Gospel truth rather than on which umbrella group they are under. Simply put I'm more than happy to come into fellowship with Roman Catholics, Baptists, Pentecostals, non-denominational Christians, Anglicans, Presbyterians, Methodists and so on on the provisio that they will put God's revealed word first, and proclaim Christ first. I've had excellent fellowship over the years in opening up the Bible with Christians from varying backgrounds and cultures, and with non-Christians whether they are from different religions or atheists and agnostics. What has encouraged me is that by and large, Christians will largely agree on the Gospel, they will largely be able to see what Jesus is saying to them if you show them.
I'm critical of my denomination and many things about it. However, whether people like it or not no church is perfect, and every church has flaws and every church falls into the temptation from deviating from God's word, and every Christian has a struggle between the ways of the world and of the devil and of the ways which honour God first and foremost. It's a real war, that is happening inside of each person, we need to stand up for Christ both within the world, and within ourselves.