(Don't think I don't appreciate that you are addressing posts with peoples names now - hopefully to other posters not just me, and sorry for the late response - though late responses don't bother me since most of the issues here are long lasting rather than ephemeral, and I believe we should control the amount of time spent on the forum to sensible amounts.)
I'm still concerned that you don't consider forgery or attempted forgery of Cyprian's De Unitate a serious matter and are downplaying it, apparently because of party spirit with the idea of whatever the RCC does is ok. I hope you don't hold to that as anyone could use that to try to justify all kinds of abuses. This applies to other denominations of course.
Just a straightforward question. Is there any difference between the book form you advertised and the online version? I would have thought they were identical except that the online version is likely to be more up to date.
Not everyone has the other gifts, like healing or prophesy or tonguesWell that's right but I wonder why you picked those three when you could choose faith, a message of wisdom or knowledge, serving, teaching, encouragement, giving, speaking or showing mercy. Remember that the reason these gifts are referred to sometimes as "supernatural" is because they have a supernatural source. It is still the case that the RCC has rejected the list provided by the Apostles Paul and Peter and produced its own list and so has moved away from NT teaching.
As I've showed previously in #55 there are several scriptures which emphasise the importance of "judging for yourself". So rather than accept blindly church tradition one should examine the Bible for oneself, making use of the excellent Bible study resources we have in these days, where necessary.
How can you have a right relationship without right doctrine?
Well even though you believe a wrong RCC doctrine about the Gifts of the Holy Spirit, I don't think that stops you having a relationship with Christ. However, if you were to think that all that is required to become a Christian is RCC Infant Baptism then I would then think it unlikely that you "know" Christ.
Private interpretation of scripture nullifies the word of God.Rather making such statements that have no biblical foundation are a serious matter. However, I don't think that the word of God can be nullified by mere human activity as it "stands forever".
Protestantism broke away from the Apostolic teachingNo the RCC had already broken away from Apostolic teaching with, for example, the practice of selling indulgences to raise money for expensive buildings in Rome. In Luther's day the Pope entered in a military alliance with the king of France and the Sultan against the Holy Roman Emperor: it was becoming indistinguishable from any other European power - very much "of the world" despite clear warnings in the Bible.