Placing a man as head of the church, considering him infallible, and worshipping him as the Holy Father is wrong (Ephesians 5:23, 1 Kings 8:46, Matthew 23:1–12). The apostle Paul and another man, Apollos, got the church started in the city of Corinth. Afterward, the people began to worship them rather than Christ, so Paul had to teach them not to think of men above what is written (1 Corinthians 1:12–13, 1 Corinthians 3:3–7, 1 Corinthians 4:6). Another man named Cornelius, bowed at the feet of the apostle Peter, with the intent of worshipping him, but Peter said "no way"! Peter had to explain that he should not be worshipped because he is a man, and that worship is to be offered to God (Acts 10:24–26, Matt. 4:10).
We are mentioning these things because many hold religious leaders in very high esteem, and such is wrong. No one who believes the word of God, can do that, and be right in the process (2 John 9–11, Luke 6:46).
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