That's right Dan, men deciding what other men are to believe.<quoted text>
No, I said that private revelation, in and of itself, doesn't form dogma/doctrine in the Catholic Church.
Saul's revelations weren't accepted at face by simple virtue of Saul's proclamation of same, for example. All of the scriptures were studied, vetted, etc. before becoming canon, and in any event Saul's revelation didn't mark a clear departure from Christian teaching that preceded it, as Smith's did (i.e. polytheism, God the Father being a perfected man with a physical body, et. al.).
How is this being saved by "God"?