In the spiritual fellowship of the believer-son with the divine Father there can never be doctrinal finality and sectarian superiority of group consciousness.  Believers should reply to dogmatism with more farseeing dogmatism. 
There exists in all personality associations of the cosmic mind a quality which might be denominated the “reality response” which saves creatures from becoming helpless victims of the implied a priori assumptions of science, philosophy, and religion. 
The doctrinal fetish lead mortal man to betray himself into the clutches of bigotry, fanaticism, superstition, intolerance, and the most atrocious of barbarous cruelties.  Sectarianism is a disease of institutional religion, and dogmatism is an enslavement of the spiritual nature.  Stereotyped religious doctrines and dogmas are the false refuge resorted to by indolent men trying to avoid the rigors of truly religious pursuits. 
Jesus deplored dogmatism. Again and again he warned his apostles against the formulation of creeds and the establishment of traditions as a means of guiding and controlling believers in the gospel of the kingdom. 
The religions of authority crystallize into lifeless creeds; the religion of the spirit grows into the increasing joy and liberty of ennobling deeds of loving service and merciful ministration.  In olden times the fetish word of authority was a fear-inspiring doctrine, the most terrible of all tyrants which enslave men.  Only an unqualified reality, an absolute, could dare consistently to be dogmatic.  Our philosophy struggles for emancipation from dogma and tradition.  The dead theory of even the highest religious doctrines is powerless to transform human character or to control mortal behavior.  Religions can agree on values while maintaining belief in conflicting creeds.  Religious groups should remove all creedal pressure from its members. 
Man can never hope to attain a uniformity of creeds, dogmas, and rituals—these are intellectual; but they can, and some day will, realize a unity in true worship of the Father of all, for this is spiritual, and it is forever true, in the spirit all men are equal.