And protestants, as SoM used to say, are truly lost. I don’t believe that I finally agree with that fellow.
By sticking to tradition, a tradition it invented for her interests, the Catholic church, both Greek and Roman, has most faithfully preserved the spirit of early Christendom. It is no wonder, then, that it refers to tradition for the truth of its religious view of the world.
In Christ Myth, the author notes that Protestantism is completely unhistoric in passing off the gospels as the sources, as the revealed basis of the faith in Christ, as if they had arisen independently of the church.
To be Christian therefore, one must unite as a member with the church- body of Christ.