Respectfully. We have far more in common than the few things we understand the Bible to teach differently. We believe in the deity of Christ, His virgin birth, substitutionary atonement, His bodily resurrection, His ascension into glory, and His coming again. We believe in the inerrancy, the inspiration, the authority, the superiority, and the sufficiency of the Scriptures. We believe in the Trinity, Creation, the Fall, Satan, Angels, a universal flood, the doctrines of grace, heaven, a literal hell, the cessation of the revelatory gifts, the local church, marriage, the family, and on and on the list could go. Upon glorification one of us (or perhaps both) will discover we had misunderstood what the Bible taught about baptism.