I agree that there is not single comprehensive Protestnat theology or practice to get away from. If that is your point, it is a correct one. However, Kresta’s journey home was not away from anything but toward the Catholic Church. Naturally, he could have fashioned himself his own brand of Protestantism easily, as he was already a pastor and had a divinity degree. In fact, for a while this is exactly what he was doing, — till it occurred to him that this is what sheep do when the shepherd is not there.