We have Bro. James who sees Baptists as the New Testament church, and Walter who sees the RCC as that. And they would apparently exclude all others as not being the NT church. Neither person would believe in diversity and would be troubled by it. Some don't want diversity and think it is a bad thing. Some want certainty and are willing to sacrifice individual thinking and liberty of conscience in order to have what they feel is certainty. As for me, I don't wan't to be told what is right by a group of people, whether a denomination, "church fathers", church councils, popes, etc. I want to be able to read the Bible and be lead of the Holy Spirit to interpret it as I am lead. If that principle produces countless denominations, so be it. I strongly believe that is preferable to one large structure dictating what is acceptable to be believed. Do I want to be a part of something which is as close to what Jesus and the apostles taught as is possible? You bet. But I don't think that can be found in an organization which denies liberty of conscience. So, I opt for diversity over uniformity, whether that uniformity is demanded by some hierarchy, as in the case of the RCC, or obtained by a sort of "peer pressure" as in some Baptist groups.