"Rome makes bold claims. If they are not true, they are heinous and very much anti-Christian." (John Bugay) This is a pretty key point that people need to realize. Rome's bold claims don't necessarily trickle down to every member (or even most members) of Rome's communion. That said, if Rome's claims to have universal jurisdiction over Christianity and the ability to define dogma de fide are false, then what could be more anti-Christian?