False: there is widespread agreement between Sola Scriptura practicing churches: you will find more agreement of beliefs between 50 Sola Scriptura practicing churches than you in a single pew in a Catholic Church.Correct; if by this you mean that there is no unified mechanism that can speak for Protestants or Protestantism. This is exactly my point: Protestants are not one in Faith. Each sect does its own thing--and disagrees with the other sect. Each sect thinks they preach the Biblical truth of the Gospel and disagrees with the other sects.
Most Sola Scriptura practicing believers would be comfortable in most Sola Scriptura practicing Churches
only Scripture is infallible is part of SSLet me clarify: it isn't the doctrine of Sola Scriptura that Catholics have a problem with. When you read the statements of the Church and theologians----it isn't the idea that the Bible is the Rule of Faith they are criticizing.
When it comes to Sola Scriptura, based on my reading, what the RCC is actually condemning is the following:
1) That only Scripture is infallible
Private Judgement is not part of SS2) Private Judgement
Scriptures alone pass on the Gospel is not part of SS:3) That the Scriptures alone pass on the Gospel
I have orally past on the Gospel to many