If it means at variance with the essential teaching of Any church, then it seems to me that Christianity can be twisted to mean whatever we want it to.
God spoke through Zechariah about such an issue for the interpretation of His meaning, in His use of our language(s).
He placed it among two other factions that are directly in conflict with it, and are known by Him as being ineffective and undesireable for our undertanding of Him.
We can read of it in KJV- Zechariah 4:6.
] Then he answered and spake unto me, saying, This is the word of the LORD unto Zerubbabel, saying, Not by might, nor by power, but by my spirit,
saith the LORD of hosts.
" is on a personal level, having to do with our internal mental effort
Through the use of our own fleshly mind
, we all can attempt to interpret God's meaning, in his use of our language(s) of words, but it always come down to "what we think", and not how God thinks.
I remind you all of Isaiah 55:8-9, Proverbs 3:5.
Iows, everyone can achieve a human undertanding about God, that is solely derived from their own mind, being unsupported by God's Holy Spirit.
" is from the external
of ourselves. It most often comes to us through the outward influence of religious and doctrinal persuasion
. Such an influence is often an unintentional mix of truth with error, due to the "church fathers" and "biblical scholars" leaning heavily on item number one above. Such a combination of truth mixed with error, ultimately generates discord of understanding between churches and professing christians, causing division.
3. "By my Spirit
" is how the Lord communicates to us His meaning, in His use of our words of language(s). As a result, what our words may mean to us is not necessarily what He means from His spiritual perspective.
Jesus helps us this way: John 8[23
] And he said unto them, Ye are from beneath [flesh]
; I am from above [Spirit]
of this world;
I am not
of this world.
Again, Isaiah 55:8-9.