Here are some sweeping theological generalizations.
1. The less you see the depths of your own sinfulness, the more likely you are to gravitate away from Confessional Lutheranism.
2a. If you love the liturgy but do not see you sin, you will gravitate towards the East.
2b. If you love your works and history but do not see your sin, you will gravitate towards Rome.
2c. If you love your works but disdain both history and your sin, you will gravitate towards Evangelicalism and Contemporary worship.
2d. If you decide to love your sin, you will gravitate towards theological liberalism or even depart from Christianity entirely.
3. We always tend to underestimate our own sin, which is why there are so few Lutherans in the world.