Sola Ecclesia defended
“…it was not fitting that such novel proceedings should be adopted against the Church. For what canon of the Church, or what Apostolical tradition warrants this, that when a Church was at peace, and so many Bishops were in unanimity with Athanasius the Bishop of Alexandria…” (Defense Against the Arians, Intro 30)
“However here too they introduce their private fictions, and contend that the Son and the Father are not in such wise ‘one,’ or ‘like,’ as the Church preaches, but, as they themselves would have it…” (Discourse Against the Arians 3.10)
“Had Christ’s enemies thus dwelt on these thoughts, and recognised the ecclesiastical scope as an anchor for the faith, they would not have made shipwreck of the faith…” (Discourses Against the Arians 3.58)
“Therefore let them tell us, from what teacher or by what tradition they derived these notions concerning the Saviour? …But they seem to me to have a wrong understanding of this passage also; for it has a religious and very orthodox sense, which had they understood, they would not have blasphemed the Lord of glory.” (De Decretis 13)
“See, we are proving that this view has been transmitted from father to father; but ye, O modern Jews and disciples of Caiaphas, how many fathers can ye assign to your phrases? Not one of the understanding and wise…and now persuades you to slander the Ecumenical Council, for committing to writing, not your doctrines, but that which from the beginning those who were eye-witnesses and ministers of the Word have handed down to us. For the faith which the Council has confessed in writing, that is the faith of the Catholic Church; to assert this, the blessed Fathers so expressed themselves while condemning the Arian heresy…” (De Decretis 27)
"But let the Faith confessed by the Fathers at Nicaea alone hold good among you, at which all the fathers, including those of the men who now are fighting against it, were present, as we said above, and signed: in order that of us too the Apostle may say, ‘Now I praise you that ye remember me in all things, and as I handed the traditions to you, so ye hold them fast .’ " (To the Bishops of Africa 10)
“…but about the faith they wrote not, ‘It seemed good,’ but, ‘Thus believes the Catholic Church’ and thereupon they confessed how they believed, in order to shew that their own sentiments were not novel, but Apostolical; and what they wrote down was no discovery of theirs, but is the same as was taught by the Apostles.” (Councils of Ariminum and Seleucia 5)
Church, Church, Church, ecclesiastical, orthodox, tradition, and…Church.
Too bad none of these show up in any of White’s debates, books, or blogs. OK maybe 1 or 2.