I think we can all be assured, from scriptures, that the undertaking to "change" the sights of the Old Testament to the sights of the N.T. in Acts 15 for example were no small matters. It was in fact hotly debated among the Apostles and elders. I consider such things quite healthy and scripturally secure methodology. UNTIL it comes to the point of condemning each others. It is there that we fall and fail, ourselves. Believers, at some point, have to be 'fully' convinced in their own minds. Romans 14:5. This may lead one to esteem a day more than another, or one to eat certain meats, and another, not. This is not a problem. We all are demanded to 'work out our own salvation.' Phil. 2:12. Which appears to be no small challenge. We all have to prove our own work, Gal. 6:4. Variations in sights and works ARE allowed. Heresies must come, to show who stands where, why, and who is right/wrong. We all, in our own faith, stand in between the balances of what is right and wrong, and debate this even in ourselves, everyday don't we? Having posted here for quite some time, I think the format here does an excellent job, overall. As do the mods, again, generally speaking. Speaking as a "survivor" who has not survived at other sites where only certain factions are allowed to speak. And others, not at all. If we ain't got contentions, we just ain't living. The Gospel is always delivered "in contentions, disputes and debates." Acts 17:16-17. I mean, here are a couple of believers, called by the Holy Spirit to work, having a bit of a contentious riff: Acts 15:39 And the contention was so sharp between them, that they departed asunder one from the other: and so Barnabas took Mark, and sailed unto Cyprus; What this doesn't mean is that either man condemned each others. They saw differently on the above, and they were moved to work, differently. But it's the same Spirit that works all in all in any case of sights. Paul rejoiced no matter how Christ was preached. Phil. 1:8. I might think Paul had more confidence in Christ than he had in others or even in himself.