In our efforts to get you to prove sola scriptura from Scripture, you said, ‘the Trinity is paradoxical’ because it is not found in Scripture per se.
You have made my point. Without a doctrinal grid, or a ‘traditional’ reading of Scripture, the doctrine of the Trinity goes bye bye. Yes, the Bible teaches the Trinity, but only when our reading is informed by the council of Nicea. Don’t forget from the Arians to the Jehovah’s Witnesses there have been those who have affirmed the authority of Scripture and denied the Deity of Christ.
You need Tradition to help you read the Scripture on the very nature of God, and the very nature of salvation. Good luck interpreting Scripture without it.