I wanted to say that Thesis I should have been stated as "Moral Certainty in All Things." A close cousin to that is Thesis II, "Theological Certainty in All Things."
I have several good Evangelical friends. Each have this same attitude when it comes to this issue, basically, their precise church (or denomination) is the ONLY one that has their theology right. Each one has expressed concern about the churches I've attended because they may not conform to their concept of the theological ideal.
I use to be the same way. I thought I had all theological positions worked out . . . where I found absolute truth and many other Christians were in error, sometimes deep error.
This is an example of my attitude now, where I've lost certainty. I personally lean in the Post-Millennial direction regarding eschatology. However, I have no sense of certainty. I may, and probably am, wrong in my views. I have no problem hanging out with people with all views . . . because if really smart people have spent their entire adult lives trying to figure it out, and they ended up with opposite views, how the heck do I think I can reach the theological certainty that they could not?
The problem for me personally is the constant criticism that I get from those evangelicals with theological certainty.
I have tried to hang out with one of my few Christian friends, especially since I left my church (he left the same church three years ago). It gets irritating when every conversation we have, he ends up making several comments how "Biblical" his church is, and how he questions the choice of my new church (especially because my new church has a woman pastor). This kind of perspective really drives a wedge between people and is a major reason that Evangelicals now bug me.