Nice story, but you avoided the question.<quoted text>
The revelation of the Gospel was already revealed by the Apostles by sacred scripture and sacred tradition. In short, the Apostles already explained their writings to the world. The Church they set up was put in charged of protecting the word. This Church decided to compile a Bible almost 400 yrs after Christ died and rose. This would have come about 80 yrs after Constantine legalized the faith btw.
Jesus nor His Apostles ever commanded the Church put together some of their writings in order to dictate the faith. Christians never 'got together' and opened up their Bibles to figure out their disagreements. They held a council, and the authoritative teaching Magisterium -guided by the Holy Spirit - made a decision. The validly ordained Bishops decided upon any questions, with the Bishops of Rome having the final say. That's just the why Christ set up His Church.
How else could truth be revealed and protected so mankind will know the path to Heaven? It couldn't an by 50,000 private opinions on the written scriptures..
After so many hundreds of years, wouldn't it make sense for your supposedly superior truth to gradually become evident to all of mankind?
Sorry, the Holy Roman Empire isn't remembered for any type of superior morality or truth.
And recent history sure doesn't scream "superior morality and truth."
At some point in time, when the claim fails to match the reality, then the claim is shown to be false.
1600 years is plenty. Time's up.