Despite my running battles with The Biblicist and others over Calvinism, I would not wish to exclude those who believe this way from my church. As I have stated, my mom believes in OSAS. Also, even though I do not hold to the Pentecostal/Charismatic interpretation of baptism in the Holy Spirit with speaking in tongues, I would not want to exclude a person who believes this from my church. My oldest sister, though raised a Baptist, is now a Pentecostal. I am passionate about my beliefs in these areas, and I want to be a part of a local church that accepts the way I believe, but I would also wish that the church accepted the way my mom and sister believe, also. I only know of one denomination that contains such a wide divergence of belief -- from Arminian/Wesleyan, Calvinist, Lutheran-type beliefs, Charismatic, Eastern Orthodox, Catholic, etc, and that would be the Anglican Communion. The Anglican Communion also has Celtic influence. That might be where I belong, except for this: I can't abide the Episcopal Church; they are not pro-life, and they welcome practicing homosexuals into the ministry. These are just two of the reasons I couldn't belong there. I did join TEC years ago but didn't remain. And the only conservative Anglican church, an AMiA church, is an hour's drive from me, in Oxford. I would have a problem with infant baptism, but that wouldn't keep me out of the church. Anyway, my question is: Could you be a part of a church that accepted your beliefs but that also accepted the beliefs of others which might be diametrically opposed to yours? You see, I could be a member of a church (including Baptist) that allowed OSAS but that also allowed the belief that one can lose salvation. I'd like to hear opinions on this; whether you could be a member of such an inclusivist church -- and by inclusivist I don't mean acceptance of abortion or homosexuality.