Why does Christianity have the most sectarianism?
Yesterday, I asked, Which religion has the most sectarianism? and got a pretty definitive answer right at the top of the thread. Thanks to @Seek_Kolinahr we now know that it would be Christianity, with some 41,000 current sects and more arriving with each new day. But why do you think this particular religion has spawned so very many sects and interpretations of its holy book.
After all, Judaism, Islamism and Bahá’í Faith also worship Yahweh, the god the Christians worship. They aren’t immune to sectarianism, but they are nowhere near as fragmented by it as Christianity is. Why?