We need to get on the same page; the scriptures being the final authority.
That's very easy to say but - just being honest here - it really says nothing. If you asked a Pentecostal, a So. Baptist, an indy/fudie Baptist, an AoG, a CoC, a Presbyterian, a Methodist, a Lutheran, a MAD, an Acts 28, or your garden variety non-denom evangelical "How do you suggest we all get on the same page, Scripturally speaking?" each will offer varying (sometimes irreconcilably contradictory) interpretive systems and frameworks which they'd insist elevates Scripture as "the final authority" while refuting everyone else's system as false.
That's the way it is but the problem is obvious: since God does not author confusion among believers, they cannot all be correct. Someone HAS to be wrong.
So which one of them is right, if anyone is?