“Under the doctrine of Sola Scripture, only Scripture is considered. You must get your story straight.”
Every definition I’ve ever seen referred to Scripture as “the final authority of Christian doctrine.” By defining the final authority it is implicit that other, extra-scriptural sources of authority may be considered - but if those sources disagree with Scripture, Scripture prevails as the final authority.
“And this applies how?”
Jesus authoritatively that man lives by the word of God - the Scripture.
That is a very high view of Scripture. Jesus ALWAYS appealed to Scripture as the final authority - excepting his own authoritative pronouncements. He regularly dismissed Jewish tradition as being a worthless addition to God’s word.
Jesus opinion of Scripture (always positive):
Jesus opinion of Tradition (always negative):
In Jesus ministry, he was Sola Scriptura. That’s why you need to be cautious regarding what or who you call “idiotic”.
***In Jesus ministry, he was Sola Scriptura. Thats why you need to be cautious regarding what or who you call idiotic.***
I understand that you might be mixing up OT and NT. Jesus referred to the OT (including the Deuterocanonicals). The NT wasn’t put together for 300 years after His ascension.
The scripture tells us that Jesus was the Word, and the Word is God, Jesus is the Son of God.
How do you separate the spoken words of Christ from the Scripture?
Each statement that Jesus made was in direct accordance with what God the Father has said.