You have been given many examples of this, tgG, but you have rejected them all.
Accurate interpretation of the text must incorporate all of the text. This is a basic principle of hermeneutics. Forming a theology from one verse will inevitably lead a person astray. Demanding that “if B is true, then it must have been stated in A” is also projecting your own demands onto the text.
The bible was never intended to be a full compendium of the faith. Most of the NT was written to address specific concerns. To say that a certain perspective was “not his (the writer’s) perspective” because you do not find a certain word or phrase in a verse is a preposterous demand to make of the text.
True, and consistent with Catholic teaching.
And part of that hearinng is to come in unity with the One Body, the Church. This is done in baptism, where the recipient is made a building block into Christ’s building.
This is an extremely truncated view of the spirituality of Israel. It seems to invoke the perspective that people in the OT did not have the “spiritual man” and could not walk in the Spirit. The indwelling of the HS does not mean we ceased to be human, with natural bodies, and natural sensibilities.
We just see something different when we read the text, tgG. Those who have receive the Apostolic faith that has been handed down do see these sacred traditions evident in Scripture.