I have seen and been involved in heated battles here on various doctrines, between Catholics, Protestants, Baptists, and others. To be sure, these groups have differences, but these are in the areas of polity, ministry, sacraments, and such. However, it might surprise these groups to know that they all share the same basic views of man, sin, salvation, and the atonement, views which did not come into being until Anselm and after. So, it seems to me that the Reformation didn't go nearly far enough, in reforming these views back to an early church perspective. The Quakers and some of the Anabaptists reformed their Bodies in those areas, but not the Protestants, and not the Baptists. So, next time, in the middle of those heated battles, remember that Catholics, Protestants, and, yes, even Baptists, are cousins in many central doctrines.