Is it not a division among those of us who claim to be Christians, if we also claim to be Presbyterian, Methodist, Lutheran, Pentecostal, or Baptist etc. Is it not similar as saying "I am of Paul, I am of Cephas"? Can we divide the body of Christ? Do we even know who is truly a member of the body of Christ...Is this not something that only Christ knows. For many claim "Lord, Lord, we did such and such in your name"...And Christ says "I do not know you"...Yet they believed that they knew Christ. I submit that the members of the spiritual body of Christ are hidden, and have been hidden since the death of the last apostle. This expression of the "LIFE" of Christ in a group of people, seen in the local, and universal church was last seen in the book of acts. I mean is it possible, that even Billy Graham is not truly born again, or maybe you and I are not born again. Who is it that Paul admonishes to inspect themselves. What sin then, is this "OF MEN" to proclaim "I am of this denomination, or doctrine". Can the hand separate from the foot, or the head? What will be the consequences of this sin. How does Jesus feel about this, since we are His body, plural on this earth. For He came the first time in a singular human body of flesh, and died. Then He sent back His selfsame Spirit to His body, this time plural, who is also called to die, not on a cross, but to self rule. Have I missed something here. What say you?