For one thousand five hundred years, people who thought of themselves as Christians had only the one Church Universal (Catholic).
Then, along came the weird and feisty monk, Luther. The monopoly was broken.
Luther declared that a faithful Christian only needed the bible alone. (Sola Scriptura). God could now deal with humans on a one to one basis rather than lumping them into monolithic bodies of ritual and orthodoxy.
The True Christian, acccording to Luther, was saved from judgement by the sacrifice of Jesus and would be dealt with according to how the individual Christian dealt with others.
In view of the above, what do we see in the world today?
There is still the Catholic Church with its members saying "The church isn't perfect, but, where else would we go?"
We have hundreds, if not thousands, of Protestant churches, sects, cults, division, and name brand groups sporting Jesus as their saviour.
Is there a person in any of these churches who doesn't feel they have the right religion EXCEPT FOR the imperfection of their church of choice?
Jehovah's Witnesses have the rather depressing belief that ONLY they are correct. In so believing it is a bitter blow whenever their absolute TRUTH takes a blow of error from a doctrine proved wrong or an official act that reflects badly on their ideal.
In this world and in this life there are only two genuine choices for all of humanity.
Either you stand alone as a thinking, rational individual, or....
You go along with a group and let your individuality fade and become swallowed by a crowd.
I'd rather take my chances by myself. At least, then, I have only myself to blame for circling the drain into oblivion.
It is intellectual dishonesty to declare yourself bound to those who lie in the name of God, promote false prophecy and declare it "over-eagerness" and to twist honesty into a pig's tail of deception.
Only a person who cares what is true will separate themselves and take their chances alone with only God to judge them.