Perhaps. It certainly is about the Kingdom of God. It is certainly NOT a democracy! You comment that 'sociopaths love SS' is disturbing though. "Cult" is a dangerous word to use and often used to denigrate a group - most often justifiably, but the definition could be implied to just about every one - depending on the viewpoints that mark differences.Every cult and cultist is an extreme version of Protestantism.
The sociopaths love SS. Their followers can look at the scriptures and see what they are saying. "Yep they mean exactly how you interpret them."
They are the ultimate 'free thinkers'.
Once again, it is the Kingdom of god. Not a democracy of the Bible.
One trait of a cult is they have a central leadership or figure that everything centers around and that no one is allowed to question what they say or their authority in the group - sort of fear mongering and mind control.
If Jesus is true and what Matthew, Peter, James and John have recorded of His word is the authoritative words from God - couldn't the Church be called 'Cult of Jesus Christ'?
Sola Scriptura has a danger when anyone puts the words from Paul found in the writings as more authoritative than the teachings of the Lord as related by the twelve. The twelve had no authority over the words - they just related them to us - based upon His authority and commandment to them.
The real problem is that few realize it is about the Kingdom of God and that God is the Authority and Author of our salvation in Christ. If there is a way to 'rightly divide the word of truth', it is to divide things enough to separate out what the Father and Son have said and then never put the recorded word of anyone else above what They said, or that the Holy Spirit revealed through the twelve - such as Peter giving the fulfillment of the promise to Abraham in Acts 2,3.
Most Protestants - perhaps all protestants - belong to the cult of Paul. Whose cult are the RCC? They don't abide in the words of Jesus Christ indeed - so whose words do they abide in? The various men who recorded their 'traditions'?