In the 1600s there was a man named Georg Calixtus. He was a man who believed that Luther's interpretation of scripture was the best. This was his theological stream. But he was also uncomfortable with the rigid dogmatism and rigidity that was surrounding the Lutheran scholastic world at the time. Here is a little bit of what he thought.
(Gonzalez, Justo L. The Story of Christianity Vol 2. NY: HarperCollins Publishers, 1985) p. 177-178
I like this idea. Though it does need to be said that originally Calixtus accused of being a syncretist (which doesn't really makes sense since that wasn't what he was doing but....) All of this is to say after my last post, I think that we need more people who are like Calixtus. Who are willing to have strong theological convictions, who believe that they are right, but also very concerned that Christians stay in communion with each other. Even Christians who really really disagree with each other (Like Luther and the Catholics)