This is also meaning that they are Calvinist in the sense that a strong doctrine of heaven and hell are advocated. It is possible that Jesus would strongly identify with Protestantism, in point of fact, because Jesus was a community advocate. His followers became a church that was based in the hearts of people, which emphasize community, and togetherness. Jesus would also probably propagate the independence of groups with Christ-like principles, where, like in early Christianity, "[c]ells were formed by those who met together regularly to discuss the kingdom of God."1 Additionally, Christ talked about the Kingdom of Heaven often and, though not as much, the ultimate destination of hell for those who disregarded God and his laws. Martin Luther would probably have been a similar advocate for Protestantism, as it did not have relics of any kind associated with it. Also, the concept of images being considered a form of idolatry in Protestantism would probably also have appealed to Martin Luther. Martin Luther would have appreciated the emphasis placed on sermons.
Jesus would have appreciated Roman Catholicism for the elaborate and detailed nature of the faith, which encapsulates nearly everything about it: its theology, its doctrines, and its churches.