They seem to be very similar concepts:
Sola Scriptura: “The Bible is the final authority, you should only believe in what it says, even though the Bible doesn’t tell me this itself. It’s just an axiom we need to make to do away with unbiblical bable like rosaries and popes.”
Verification Principle: “Only statements that are logically necessary or empirically verifiable are meaningful, even though this one isn’t either of those things. It’s just an axiom we need to make to do away with unscientific babble like metaphysics and ethics.”
I know that the protestant revolt that gave us Sola Scriptura began in Germany, and so did the philosophy that lead to Logical Positivism and Verificationism. But do you think there is a legitimate historical connection between the two?