Your assumptions are wrong. Actually the Bible is contrary to what you think is the "church".<quoted text>
The reviewing, editing, and translating processes assured the church that the bible would serve its needs.
Or do you suppose the words written 400 years previously were, with change or annotation and absent "interpretation" put into that first bible? And who knows how much subsequent fiddling occurred through the centuries.
For instance, the New Testament instructs that each congregation is independent. There is no instruction for any one bishop having rule over any other group.
The NT teaches that we do not have spiritual "fathers" among men. Matthew 23:9.
Your complants about religion are with man-made alteratives, not with the Bible itself.