I have been think all day about what Christian unity is and when does disagreement become means for separating from other Christians. For example, I am a Reformed Baptist and I teach Sunday School at a Presbyterian Church. Is this wrong? Should I not attend a Presbyterian Church just because I disagree with their view of baptism? Is this a major doctrinal disagreement, or rather is it something that we can agree to disagree about? I would say it is the latter. Now, this does not mean that I am accepting paedobaptism as the correct view of baptism. I still hold tightly to credo-baptism, and believe that it is the proper mode of baptism. But should I disassociate myself from brothers and sisters in Christ just because of this one issue? My brothers and sisters who are Presbyterian and Lutheran are believers in the work of Christ for their salvation. They look to Christ alone as their hope for salvation (sure there may be some who would believe that baptism is salvific in the Presbyterian and Lutheran Church, but does that mean all Presbyterians and Lutherans hold this? The minority does not make up for the majority, neither does it represent the belief of all). There are much bigger issues to fight over and separate over than these. To use the phrase my Greek Prof has used on a number of occasions, “We are fiddling as Rome burns.” I would much rather spend my time defending Christianity from serious threats than fight over baptism, eschatology, and other issues. What do you think?