^^^ You're a bright mind clearly. Now when has the Daddy ever been held accountable or responsible for anything other than being a pseudo-deity? You don't have to answer this question I'm quite sure we both know the answer.Oh, one man leadership can be jacked up at times, but one man leadership also allows the church to know who is ultimately responsible.
You were correct about one thing. The line is blurry about whether or not the Daddy is a prophet of profit. With all due respect, I think you're missing the point all together. Even if your UHOP is spiritually effaced in your opinion it could theoretically function in it's current state for another 90 years without dilating and subsequently delivering the holy man-child.
In order for the sooner or later to come in this mish mash of religious confusion in the UHOP you have to first identify the problems. I'm still trying to understand why the problems of others sects and denominations are relevant in this discussion about the UHOP. The "all churches have problems" mantra is a baseless point in this discussion. In my humble opinion it's just a decorated way to express the "shut up, mind your business and leave us alone" point of view. To be completely candid very few members of the UHOP have experience with expressions of worship to the Creator outside of the UHOP. Therefore, they can not qualify the statement "all churches have problems". It's just a justification to ignore the truth. For a lack of a better phrase; "it's an excuse".