I will say this. I agree with Rambo that the form of Church Government has not been so explicitly commanded as some perceive it to be. I do not see a specifically Presbyterian body laid out or a Congregationalist requirement laid out. To require that is beyond the scope of scripture I believe. I can agree with the next two following passages of Scripture as a Ccongregationalist and be right and most correct as a Presbyterian can be. I do believe we can all be visible in areas and invisible (0r unrecognizable in seeing perfectly) in others. I also believe we can be many members in one body who can not see other members because we are separated by other body parts as a finger can not see or experience what a toe is. We are many denominations but one in Christ . We are all attached to the same central nervous system and head but not necessarily attached to one another in a close proximity that would render one member subjected to another. I do believe some people and denominations take this issue too far. If that wasn't true there wouldn't be members of Christ in differing governing bodies of the church. We can all be one in Christ and still be under different denominations and sub governing bodies in Him.