First, I want to thank everyone who has responded to my "Personal Poll" thread; this is sort of a continuation of that, but with a somewhat more serious intent. One of my problems with finding a church and denominational home is that my beliefs cannot be confined to those of any one denomination. So, I'm going to list most of the views that are important to me, and I'd like y'all, if you would, to tell me what you think I am, denominationally speaking , based on these views. I'll greatly appreciate any and all responses. My views, in no particular order: (1) Associate church membership for infants/young children (2) Infant dedication (3) Believer's baptism only (no infant baptism) (4) No "once saved, always saved" (5) Baptism by immersion, with exceptions (illness, disability) (6) Symbolism of ordinances (7) Soul lioberty (8) Church-state separation (9) Religious liberty (10) Priesthood of the believer (11) Freedom of Bible interpretation (12) Absolute local church autonomy --voluntary giving --church may call pastor --church may ordain whomever it wishes --church owns its property (13) Absolute equality of members, including gender equality--any member, male or female , may serve the church in any capacity (14) Prayers for the dead (15) Candles in worship service (16) Periods of silence in worship service (17) Some written prayers acceptable (18) Open communion--any believer may partake; water baptism not a prerequisite (19) Occasional readings from the Apocrypha acceptable (20) No clergy titles such as "Reverend" (21) Bible, the final external authority, but use God-given reason and experience in interpretation of scripture (22) The Light of Christ in every human being (23) Jesus Christ, the criterion by which scripture is interpreted under the guidance of the Holy Spirit (24) Lay-administered ordinances Okay; there they are, so, now...what do you vote? Am I a Baptist? If not, what?