I am an active member in a SBC but I am not really a firm believer in once saved always saved, but what I believe is not really the issue. Here is the story. We were in Sunday school a couple of weeks ago and OSAS came up shortly before the class ended. The following week the teacher asked the preacher come in and give a two week course on the subject because I am assuming she felt it was a major important issue, I don't. The problem I have is that of the three Sunday school teachers we have none have never brought up the importance of fellowship or accountability to each other or the need to keep in contact with each other after Sunday is over which to me supercedes the need to discuss OSAS in class. My struggles are not on Sunday and needing Baptist indoctrination, but whether or not my fellow brothers and sisters in Christ are willing to call me up here and there to see how my spiritual life is doing and not waiting until Sunday to catch up. Here is my question if you have made it this far. What is more important to you, being concerned about whether or not your brother or sister in Christ agrees with some Baptist doctrine (I do believe in the virgin birth, death on the cross and ressurection) or whether or not the deeper daily (Sunday-Saturday)spiritual needs are being met? When is the last time you called a person you don't really know in your Sunday school class or pew buddy on Sunday just to see how they are getting along? Sunday doesn't count. My thoughts are you should first be concerened about whether or not they are really saved and then how their daily walk is going and very last thing of all which should have no baring on how you feel about someone is whether or not they agree with all of the church doctrine that has virtually nothing to do with the basic fundamentals of being saved. Because if you are once saved always saved then it shouldnt matter anyway right?