I've been part of an interesting conversation on one my good friend's Facebook page regarding personal salvation and the Kingdom of God. Essentially, my friend was eschewing the audacity of many folks who will make a statement such as, "If he/she were a 'real' Christian...." and how arrogant that kind of statement makes. (Another one that chaps my khakis is: "I tell you out of Christian love...." which then somehow enables and excuses the person to be a complete jerk and hide behind their "faith".)
I made the comment that my salvation is between me and God, no one else. Succinct but not entailing my complete developing theological perspective. The discussion then entailed further how American society has placed an over-abundance upon personal salvation with the neglect of the community of faith and the Kingdom of God. I'm of the opinion that salvation is still personal, and part of the "fruit" of personal salvation involves partaking in Kingdom of God and the ever-present community of faith. There is the personal aspect and, to an extent, it should be tempered with the community and vice-versa.