If he/she can affirm the apostles creed, that’s all we need to know

I'd like to make a comment on the use of the Apostle's Creed. It certainly contains fundamental truths of our faith! It excludes such worldviews as Gnosticism, naturalism, and outright pluralism. And yet I don't think that, just because one can affirm this creed, it necessarily means they are conservatives or even orthodox. Consider the following: http://www.abpnews.com/news/news_detail.cfm?NEWS_ID=107

Pilgrim has said in another thread, in response to a question about why the Apostle's Creed does not address justification by faith alone:
The historic evangelical Creeds did not "ignore" the doctrine of justification by faith. It was not their intention to address it. One of the basic differences between a Creed and a Confession is that a Creed was generally written in response to a heresy that was then being brought against or even into the Church. Thus, Creeds are very narrow/specific as to their subject. A Confession, on the other hand, is more of a summary of doctrines which address a wide variety of subjects.

So, it is very possible for someone to affirm one or more of the major Creeds and yet deny the doctrine of justification by faith alone. This individual thus perverts the Gospel of free grace and is preaching "another gospel".

True godliness is a sincere feeling which loves God as Father as much as it fears and reverences Him as Lord, embraces His righteousness, and dreads offending Him worse than death~ Calvin