I know this is somewhat artificial since you are the only believing Pantheist (at least in the version you've published), but:
How does one become a Pantheist? Once one becomes one, what will he/she do, exactly, tomorrow, to live his/her Pantheism? The next day . . . the week . . . .the month . . . .the year
What will one have accomplished, as a Pantheist, to demonstrate Pantheistic growth?
How would you test one's mastery of Pantheism? Could you give someone a monthly Pantheism score, so one could graph out the growth? Do a regression analysis?
Given that there are hundreds of millions, maybe billions of professed Christians distributed all over the world, there are many ways to become a Christian. In the United States, the Gideons have believed that all one needs is a Bible, so they place free Bibles in Hotel and Motel rooms. Many become Christians by merely reading and praying, but most Christian ways are organized around culturally accepted pathways. One can be born and baptised, or experience conversion into a Christian faith--joining a community of believers professing a specific dogma. Given the schismatic nature of Christian faith, there are literally thousands of church dogmas: some shared by only a few, some shared by millions.
The real test of Christianity is not the dogma, it's the Christian way of life--and the Christian way finds itself in unity with many other Spiritual ways--tied in with personal growth. For example: