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Nowhere does the Bible say that the Bible is the sole source of Christian teaching. This fact refutes the classic Protestant teaching of "the Bible alone" (sola Scriptura ). For more on this topic, see The Catholic Church proved by the Protestant Bible.
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Well, this was in the nineteenth century, and that was a long time ago . . . .
Protestant teaching about Sola Scriptura is not "Bible alone". (Solo Scriptura) Carry on.
Just getting back on line today. Will post what I promised yesterday shortly.