Scripture at that time was the Old Testament. Do you not think He departed from the Old Testament?
And what did He do in His life? Did He write, or did He teach orally?
As for sola scriptura, did Christ come to establish a church that could not function for 1500 years (until the printing press)?
“Do you not think He departed from the Old Testament?”
You seem to have misread me (by quite a bit.) I inferred, suggested no such thing. Let me restate: Jesus did not come to do away with the law but to fulfill the law. Christ came to give understanding to what was at the heart of the law. He did not abolish it. He magnified it, brought it to life (poor phrasing). Let me ask you, do you think that He said or did anything that departed from the Old Testament? If so, what was it? If not, if nothing can be found to show that He did opt for something other than scripture to live His divine life by, then we can conclude that Christ Himself was sola scriptura.
You are the one that said that sola scriptura was biblically inaccurate. I have suggested that the life of Christ reveals your statement to be false. I see you did not cite an instance where He departed from scripture in deference to the traditions of men, but have instead chosen to speak for whatever reason of the importance of Christ’s church. I am speaking of the person of Christ.