It is our belief that the Church has kept the apostolic faith, which is also the faith of the Early Church Fathers.
I don't care what Protestants or orthodox's say, I care about what The Bible says. The Bible and Early Church Fathers are the authority,
You contradict yourself in this statement.
Orthodox "church" isn't the Early Church Fathers.
It's funny, actually. I distinctly remember that you said in one of your posts that you were interested in Orthodoxy, however, I have not seen anything from you that suggests that you have any wish to do so. I haven't seen any questions, no inquiry, no interest whatsoever, only statements, of whom, many have been so cryptic that several people in here(including myself) have had a very hard time figuring out, what exactly you are talking about. What do you even know about Orthodoxy, that gives the above statement any basis?
I've come to accept that Truth can only be found in The Bible, and what The Early Church Fathers got from The Bible.
For example the Early Church Fathers would want one to keep celibate, however God(The Father, The Son, and The Holy Spirit is actually against that,
The LORD God said, "It is not good for the man to be alone. I will make a helper suitable for him." - Genesis 2:18
So even though The Early Church Fathers can be good in some areas, sometimes they are in error.
So what we must rely on is the original greek manuscripts.
it has also come to my attention that no church today can be the true church, The True Church is just those who have Faith In Christ, there no longer exist an official Church building due to different denominations, even a non-denominational church would be in error,
Tradition isn't faith, tradition is tradition and mostly comes from man(such as don't look at a woman, or premartial sex) things the pharisees would do.
things like lusting after a woman, premartial sex, etc aren't sins, God(Jesus Christ) warned us of this,
Luke 11:46 - Jesus replied, "And you experts in the law, woe to you, because you load people down with burdens they can hardly carry, and you yourselves will not lift one finger to help them.