I was just thinking,
One of the things we as Catholics always point out is that the New Testament (or the Bible for that matter) was not intended to be a systematic teaching of all the rules of faith. We point out things like the fact that it never says “God is Triune” in the Bible but we have to extract it by taking this passage here and adding that one and looking at it in light of this one over here… same thing with Sunday worship, etc. (Obviously we don’t need to do this because the Church told us these things but that’s another issue). Protestants claim that this is the book God gave us to teach everything, even if we have to dipsy doodle around to get all the doctrines.
I was just thinking, though. If God wanted to write a book to tell us systematically the rules of faith, we know how He would do it. He did it before: Leviticus. In other words, if God intended the Bible to be the only rule of faith, He would have made it out to be like Leviticus.
Any thoughts on this as a “proof” against sola scriptura? Obviously it’s not an actual proof so to speak, but I mean it in a loose sense.