"But as Christians we are told to Read and Study the Bible and rightly divide Truth from error"
How do you do this? Genuine question. The reason I ask is that according to scripture, the God of the bible is no longer an interventionist god. He will not be tested (Deuteronomy 6), There are no miracles like the Bible alleges there were 2000 years ago, prayer
doesn't work (in fact outcomes were WORSE for people who knew they were being prayed for), there are no burning bushes or angels bringing messages. So we seem to be left with interpretation of scripture and that seems to be what you're alluding to.
If there are 45,000 different denominations of Christianity
in the world, that is 45,000 different interpretations of the same words, how can you know that you have the right interpretation? Some of these denominations take Matthew 7:22 quite literally - that there will be people who spend their life believing they are a Christian, praising Jesus, witnessing and bringing people to Christ, and on the day of judgement they will be told they weren't real Christians. So how do you know if you are, and how would an outsider know whih of the denominations to pick without the direct intervention of God?
A clear cut example is the interpretation of hell. I am not asking which one is right (according to you) so please do not respond with an argument, I am pointing out that there are different interpretations and each group think they are right and everyone else is wrong. Each person independently goes and prays about this, reads their bible and 45,000 come to different answers. How is this possible with one God who answers prayers (Matthew 7:7, Luke 11:9, John 16:24, Matthew 7:8, James 1:5, Job 22:27, Jeremiah 29:12, Job 33:26, Psalm 91:15, Psalm 145:18, Zechariah 13:9, John 14:14, etc etc etc)? Universalists
believe that everyone is saved through the blood of Christ and we all go to heaven. Annihilationists
believe that those who are not saved will just wink out of existence, not be tormented, not go to heaven, just cease to be. Catholics believe in purgatory, Calvinists believe in eternal torture, how can we divine the truth? It seems millions try and come to different truths - which is not truth is it? Truth is observable, consistent, like if you drop something it will fall because of gravity.
As far as I can tell you are just interpreting the bible the way you like it "We Christians label this the jezebel spirit" and this tells the reader all they need to know about the kind of person you are.