A long time ago I had a cassette tape (a what?) containing songs from a Promise Keepers conference. I've had one of the songs on my mind lately - called "Yes We All Agree."
The song is done in a monastic style, where a leader makes a statement or question, and the group gives a response in chorus. The questions being asked are things like "Do you agree that he's holy?" or "Do you agree that by his precious blood we've been set free?" to which the response is "Yes, we all agree." It's an attempt to forge some kind of unity from the diverse grouping of Christian men who would be attending the Promise Keepers rallies.
This was a laudable attempt, to be sure, but they failed to ask the one question which would signify that true unity had been achieved: "Do you agree that we've asked all the important questions?" I can only imagine how muddled the choral response would be to that.
And in case there's any doubt about my stance: no, I don't agree that the song has asked all the important questions.