Very well said. I noticed the same thing happening in the New Testament. For the first few decades, the church was so drunk on the Holy Spirit (metaphorically speaking) that they didn't care who the Spirit worked through: Jew or Greek, male or female, slave or free didn't matter. Gradually, they started to sober up. They started thinking, we can't let women in ministry or in positions of leadership. We need to focus on correct doctrine and making sure everyone believes the right things. Dogma became more important than helping the poor, the lost, and the downtrodden. I honestly think we need to teach love God by loving your neighbor as yourself. Get that right first. Then we can have debates over doctrinal differences.