- I am on my way to the church assembly on Sunday morning and I see a car on the side of the road
with a flat tire. As I get closer I see it is an elderly man who cannot change the tire on his
own. Stopping to help means I'll miss the church service. I can't miss church so I drive
on by and hope someone else helps him.
- My feelings are hurt when others don't notice what I do for the church.
- I compare my spiritual life with that of others.
- I am disturbed when others don't share my conclusions about the Bible.
- It is my duty to correct doctrinal error when I see it.
- I can learn a lot about a person's heart by the way they interpret the Bible.
- I never get into quarrels about the Bible.
- For the most part, I believe that people in denominations other than my own are saved.
- When someone's religious practice isn't consistent with my own, I try to find a way to get them to conform even if I can't convince them that my way is right.
- I can't really grasp the principle that Jesus had in mind in Mat 9:13 "I desire mercy, and not sacrifice."
- No matter how hard I try to live right, I never feel confident of my salvation.
- I am a happy person because of Christ and feel joyful at least some of the time.
- When I meet a preacher, teacher, etc. from a different denomination, I feel a sense of distance, antagonism, uneasiness, or superiority.
- God wants me to remain in fellowship with others even if their religious beliefs or practices differ from mine.
- The only biblical interpretations that should be voiced at my congregation are those that conform with congregational consensus.
- My closest friends are all from my denomination.
- I feel guilty when I miss a church service.
- I ask God to forgive my sins on a regular basis.
- There is a right way and a wrong way to do everything in religion.
- God is more like a policeman than a fireman.
- God is more glorified through the style of music and/or worship used by my denomination.
- There are not many churches that really teach the Word of God.
- We can be absolutely certain of what the Bible says on most topics even when the meaning must be inferred.
- My main motivation in befriending people outside my denomination is to convince them of their error.
- I believe that my salvation is easily lost.