My denomination is Byzantine Catholic. Innocent III is absolutely correct. The Creeds are the foundation of the Church, and they sum up the total belief in which each and every true Christian should believe concerning the Holy Trinity. The Bible is obviously extremely important, a living icon of the Divine Revelation of the Trinity, but a great deal of emphasis must be put on the Creeds. However, as for many Christians who put their total reliance on the Bible alone and disavow the Creeds and the Holy Wisdom of the Church Fathers, as well as the interpretation of the Church though Ecumenical Council and current day Clergy, are fooling themselves into a deadly sense of security in their own false interpretation of the Holy Scriptures. The Church ALONE has the authority, responsibility, and privilege to interpret the Bible. This is clearly seen with the Nicene and Apostles Creeds, as well as Church actions even unto today. People who have the ego, the utter audacity and false piety to believe that they can interpret the Holy Word of God are fools, and the disavowing of the Creeds, as well as the Ecumenical Councils of the Church, is grounding for NOT being considered a member of the Holy Immaculate Body of Jesus Christ, The Church.