Even if Saul were an acceptable source, the same could be asserted regarding your position and that of your "majority".<quoted text>
2 Timothy 4:3-4 (GW)
A time will come when people will not listen to accurate teachings. Instead, they will follow their own desires and surround themselves with teachers who tell them what they want to hear.
4 People will refuse to listen to the truth and turn to myths.
YOU are a fulfillment of that prophesy.
Is there anything SO idiosyncratic as the multiplicity of sects and hired "ministers" of different flavors found in Nicene Xiandom? They don't "like" what one of their hirelings says, they simply fire him and go shopping for another that suits their appetites.
" ... will the son of man find any who believe when he returns ... "
You really should try to be consistent. Is my sect and it's teachings "dying", or expanding to encompass all humanity as fulfillment of some Saulian "prophecy"?
Saul was speaking of himself and his own followers, who grew to swamp out and shout down the original message and community of Yeshua, because his essentially hellenic teachings appealed more to the pagan expectations of their listeners.
Saulian Xiandom is way, way beyond 31 Flavors.