[Some or more are better than others.]
The way to see this is thus in the following way.
The dinge an sich [areas of Torah value] is not subject to human reason. When reason enters into these areas it ends up contradicted in itself and falling into inconsistencies.
Instead of Torah value being complicated, the truth is it is not complicated at all. It is entirely simple. Right and wrong is obvious, and mental gymnastics only serve to make evil seem good.But you can tell what is a cult [that is what groups have a core essence that is from the Dark Side]. The sign is simple. Evil while perhaps in its essence is hard to discern, but it has certain invariable characteristics. They lie, they cheat, they scam. They use keep Torah as camouflage and a cloak to hide their true demonic essence. We find that to recognize this can be hard. Even King David had no idea that he had sinned until Natan the prophet revealed it to him. We may not have Natan the Prophet, but we have had people that warned us of our sins, the Gra, Reb Israel Salanter, Rav Shach. But instead of listening we turned our backs on their warning. During the time of the prophets, idolatry was a lot more simple. One knew what serving God meant, or serving an idol. But now the power of idolatry has been sublimated within cults. One can on the surface perfectly kosher to all appearance, and yet have a demonic core as we see today in the religious world. Since in the cults there is not simple plain human decency you know there is no holiness either.