I am also aware of the responsibility of providing sound instruction to those seeking Christ.
Let me guess. YOU are the one who's going to provide this instruction.
It is appropriate in my opinion to forewarn of the very real bigotry lurking in the unreflective use of dogmatic systems - whether political, social, or religious in content - and advise steering clear of these errors.
Is there an absolute standard of what qualifies as bigotry?
I’m sure you will agree that addressing Protestant and Catholic brethren as "heretics" or in disdainful language does not set an appropriate example or role model.
Or does it just offend you so that you feel it necessary to make your emotional response the absolute standard of proper behavior?
There is a necessary relationship that exists between the original Deposit of Faith and dogmatic descriptions thereof.
Yes, there is, but your reply to the OP of another thread (the replies to which inspired your appeal in THIS thread) would indicate otherwise, that you see "dogma" as being just as nasty and divisive a word as "nigger".