Sola scriptura: “This doctrine means that Scripture alone is our only final authority because Scripture, due to its inspiration, uniquely preserves God’s revelation to humanity,” Dr. Finkbeiner, a Moody prof. Tradition (παραδοσις) needs to be subject to Scripture otherwise you’ll be juked. It is true that tradition is found in Scriptura. Though, don’t I remember the Pharisees being rebuked by Jesus for such things (see Mark 7:5)?
A few qs my young padawan. Did Jesus follow the traditions of Moses? Who decided what books were to be in the Bible (esp. the NT)?
Who told the early church of the first three centuries how to live, how to worship, what to believe, etc., since they didn’t have a black leatherbound Scofield NT to work with? Since ‘tradition needs to be subject to Scripture’ the big question is what tradition??