The scripture indeed praises the scripture, sets it up as a method of resolving disputes and notes that it is divinely inspired. But it never sets it up as a sole rule of faith; it does however set up the Church as the rule of faith.
So, “sola Scriptura” is unscriptural.
I only picked on Luther because he started the deception. Others followed.
Don’t prattle about deception when your church purports to represent an unbroken line of Apostolic succession despite centuries of disputed, corrupt papacy, sometimes three competing popes at a time.
Their own hidebound, bureaucratic myopia made the Reformation inevitable. There have been Reformers on record since at least the eighth century, easily dismissed as “heretic” until critical mass was reached in the sixteenth century.
Why, do you suppose, was that critical mass reached? Was it something in the water? Or did the utter corruption of the hierarchy, from Rome to the local level across Europe and the British Isles, have something to do with it?
You should know the answer to this. But, drag out the megaphone and cheer for your team. Rah rah rah.