Nope, for awhile there you were actually able to abide disagreements. Now, you're locked and loaded on what looks like a bad case of spiritual pride.
It is you who has a bad case of spiritual pride because you absolutely think that you know more about the Scriptures than those who wrote them. According to you John wrote 1 John 1:9 to unbelievers despite the fact that his epistle was addressed to those who had already had their sins forgiven (1 Jn.2:12).
You say that Peter was walking in the light even though Paul said that he was to be blamed and that he was NOT walking according to the truth of the gospel.
You don't need the Scriptures because you think that you know more than Paul did about Peter's actions. That is the true sign of those with spiritual pride, that when their ideas are proven wrong by the Scriptures they cling to their false ideas!
Nothing there about being baptized into the body of Christ.
So what is said at 1 Corinthians 12:13 is nothing about the Body of Christ even though we read that by one Spirit we are batized into one Body? What "Body" is Paul referring to there?
The proof is in what is NOT there. It's absence alone is glaring.
Yes, there is no proof found in the Scriptures which demonstrates that only some of the first century Jewish believers were baptized into the Body of Christ and others not.
So why do you believe that is true since, by your own admission, there is no proof that it is true?
That is just more evidence of your spiritual pride.