I grew up a babtist. I've been to other denominations as well. I've had long conversations with mormons and jehova's wittnesses. I do read and study and observe as much as I can. I see how every denomination carries a different twist, or belief, and I think I've come to the realization that these places are for the purpose of fellowship alone. Sure, you can be taught, and learn from them as well, but your education will be bias towards all other denominations and religious structures. Why must there be division? If God is eternally the same, how is it that his followers, his childeren, stand divided? I hate that idea. So I looked to the bottom of my heart, and the core of all religions and came up with the most important truth I could find. Simply, a relationship. Some of us have a relationship with a girlfriend or wife. Childeren and parents. Friends. Our lives are dominated with relationships. We have feelings for these people. Hopes. desires. Dreams. What if the only thing God wants of us is a reletionship with him? Could this be the 'point' of religons? Of faith? I think so.