I wanted to start a new fresh thread on the topic above that I am borrowing from another thread how do protestants study the bible.
Steadfast mentions that “Solo or Nuda Scriptura” would be the heretical belief that every doctrine is explicitly and clearly stated in the Bible such that no interpretation or appeal to tradition or even context is necessary to understand and apply it.
Steadfast also mentions that “Sola Scriptura” means that everything we need to know and believe in order to be in right relationship with God can be found clearly presented within the pages of the Bible. Nothing else is necessary.
I will agree with both statements but as a convert to the Catholic Faith it intrigues me that many protestant have the attitude of a Nuda Scriptura without knowing they are are heritical. It also intrigues me that as a protestant I would go to “worship” and listen to my preachers words of what the bible means, as a Catholic I go to worship and recieve the liturgy of His Word and His Flesh and Blood, with a small homily that is related to the readings.
Sola Scriptura has in itself shown us both a spiritual Church and a physical Church, the Church does not take one thing away from Sola Scriptura, even tradtion is recognized in the bible alone.