But in the end, it’s not only how, but what.
Read in the letter of Saint Paul to the Galatians:
I am astonished at the promptness with which you have turned away from the one who called you and have decided to follow a different version of the Good News. Not that there can be more than one Good News; it is merely that some troublemakers among you want to change the Good News of Christ (Gal 1:10a)
And further on that even if he himself or an angel from heaven preached a different Gospel than the one they have now heard, let them be condemned . . .
Then, it was about the question of justification and salvation thanks to faith. But these days, haven’t many teachers appeared, who preach their own version of teachings as though they were the same as Christ’s? And have no hesitation in even going against what Jesus said. Oh, the indissolubility of marriage. Even about questions already resolved in the Apostolic Tradition, saying . . .
There is only one Good News of Jesus Christ and about Jesus Christ. Known for two thousand years. All the rest is sowing confusion.