(note as of 2-24-2015: I am no longer a Pirate Christian supporter. On 9-2013 there was an update on the Ingrid/ChrisR situation - please go here: http://www.purposedrivel.com/2013/09/a-great-announcement.html Ingrid and Chris had reconciled. This was a good thing. We were all friends again.)
Further update here:
I am no longer a Pirate Christian supporter. Too much hypocrisy, too many double standards, too many false accusations. I apologize for all the confusion. I pray it won't happen again.)
Oh, if only it were so simple as to be able to place people in one of four categories.
Chris posted his orthodoxy/heterodoxy/orthopraxy/heteropraxy chart on the day that he did his show talking about his day with Dan Kimball.
Only problem is, God puts people in one of two categories. Believer or Unbeliever. Forgiven or Unforgiven.
I also found this article from Modern Reformation By Michael Horton which speaks of the same issue:
Creeds and Deeds
"Not even in Corinth, where strife, immorality, greed, and the profaning of the Lord's Supper threatened the peace and purity of the church, did Paul seem to think that the problem was deeds rather than creeds. He always thought that when believers were "acting up," the first recourse was to preach the gospel again, to recall believers to their one Lord, one faith, one baptism, and one Spirit. At the same time, even where the focus of the problem was doctrinal (as in Galatians), he did not fail to point up the spiritual and ethical issues involved. And even where the focus of the problem was spiritual and ethical, he did not fail to preach the doctrine. Paul would have considered it inconceivable that a church might have its doctrine right but be uninterested in missions, evangelism, prayer, and works of service and charity to those in need-or, conversely, that a church might be faithful in life apart from sound doctrine. Orthodoxy and orthopraxy were inseparable and mutually dependent elements of Paul's message."
(all emphases mine)