I didn't say superior. You asked which church had belief and practice akin to the Church described in scripture.<quoted text>
The way you've stated it, I don't believe otherwise about those two teachings. Didn't you tell me that was where the Catholic Church was so different and superior to the church of Christ?
Now, we do practice those God's way. Basing our actions on the scriptural instructions we were given. Ex: we don't serve the Lord's Supper on Saturday, we don't sprinkle of pour and we don't baptize infants because they don't know what's going on and they cannot perform necessary requirements for being saved - repentance or confession, like that of Peter's which was the ROCK upon which the foundation of the church would be laid.
You partake in the body and blood of Christ at your services?
You just told me that you don't believe in salvific baptism. The church of scripture believed that baptsim was salvific, not that people had to agree to it for it to be salvific.