I do not ever look to fully agree with any of my brothers or sisters in Christ regarding Bible Doctrine. There are variations of beliefs that I can tolerate. The spectrum of beliefs within the futurist view of Bible Prophecy is wide. There are many things within this paradigm that I can "agree to disagree" on, as it starts from the same premise, and holds to the same essential core beliefs.
Further, just because I have a strong disagreement with somebody of their belief does not mean that I "hate" them. If they are saved, they are still my brother or sister in Christ. I may choose not to associate with them if I believe we cannot edify one another. Additionally, our fellowship will be limited because of our differences.
I have demonstrated many times, along with many others, how the a-millennial view, along with the preterist view of Revelation can only be arrived at by blatantly ignoring clear verses of Scripture, and privately interpreting other passages of Scripture. If a person must change the common definition of a word to make it fit their theology, or if they must invent allegorical, symbolic, or otherwise imaginative interpretations of a passage to make it fit their theological system, then their system is wrong.
I believe every single word of God in the KJV is significant. You do not. You have already admitted this. In fact, your personal website boasts of your adherence to the Geneva Bible, which God shelved a long time ago. God preserved His words in the KJV, not the GB. Further, I stated in a previous conversation with you that I believed EVERY SINGLE WORD of the KJV is significant, and you told me outright that you didn't take it that far. Well, no wonder your view is so "creative" when it comes to definitions and interpretations - your system admittedly allows you to ignore the plain meaning of the very WORDS that God promised to preserve, and then impose any meaning to it you like.
Now, all of this does not mean that I HATE you. I disagree with you - strongly.
But, Romans 14 is in the Bible too, and that chapter tells me that each Christian will answer for themselves to the Lord.
Romans 14:4 and Romans 14:12 seem most appropriate here.
Therefore, I can agree to disagree with some folks over their own personal standards and convictions, and we can get along just fine.
I can agree to disagree on several nuances of acceptable Bible doctrine, and we can get along just fine.
But as a Pastor who has an obligation to protect the sheep God has entrusted to my care, I must stand against false doctrine - loudly and clearly. The day I can no longer do that on this forum is the day I will leave this forum. (I am not saying that I am the "pastor" here - I am saying that if I cannot act in accordance with the Divine Calling God has placed upon me, then I have no choice but to leave.)
How do I determine if a teaching is false?
By comparing it to the Scriptures. If anyone changes a word, redefines a word, and invents an interpretation that is CLEARLY not in the Scriptures, it is WRONG. This is how I have determined your doctrine (and Covenanter's doctrine) to be wrong.