Originally posted by Hand of Hecate
Think maybe Occam was onto something?
Yes and no.
Try to think outside the box. What is described as Christianity by the little graph is only what is visible. Like trying to forge an image of God out of rock or wood or something. You can't "see" God with your eyes, or for that matter, with any of your other physical senses.
The "Church" which is the "Body of Christ" is invisible as well. Each member has within the "Spirit of Christ", and you can't always tell who is lying or telling the truth. In fact, a lot of folks think they're Christians, but they are not.
What passes for Christianity that you can "see" in this world is a corruption of the true "Church". Although, there are many very small local assemblies around the world that you may never "see" where true believers gather together for fellowship.
So, Occam's observations are true, but not about the truth.
Interestingly though, the part about atheism is exactly true as far as I can tell. One dimensional and boring as hell.