Here is another excerpt from a visit to C.A.F.
Re: Early Church Fathers and Sola Scriptura...
Ambrose use of Scripture (alone) to prove the Trinity.
Thomas Aquinas use of Scripture (alone) to prove the Trinity.
Vincent of Lerins use of Scripture (alone) to prove the Trinity.
And one more from Basil's use of Scripture (alone) to prove the Trinity.
Your initial rejection to my paraphrasing of the above cited ECFs was in essence a rejection of what these 'catholic' writers have defended from Scripture (alone).
I paraphrased the arguments of the from Scripture (alone) because I agree with them.
I omitted the citations because I am willing to own the arguments - the arguments stand on their two legs, even without the weight of the
This debate is conducted by a Trinitarian using "Scripture Alone" against a Oneness Pentecostal. He proves definitively that the Trinity can be defended from Scripture Alone.
I would respond to your two definitions defining The Trinity and describing Prayer and Worship above but I'm not sure where you got them.
Regarding the Comma Johanneum.
If you want to reject the Comma, that's fine, but Clementine's Vuglate includes it. As did the Douay Rheims. In other words your communion considered it Scripture for centuries.
Each of the three sides represents a foundational truth. When any one ofthese truths is denied, the other two sides form an arrow that point to the resultant error.
James R. White. Forgotten Trinity, The (p. 30). Kindle Edition.