You asked me to answer your questions. I answered them.
Where? Where did you answer me about where those RCC beliefs are found in Scripture? Just telling me not all Christian belief are found in Scripture is a non-answer.
It is not just what scripture teaches, not all Christians beliefs are found in scripture alone.
Correction--Not all Roman CATHOLIC beliefs are found in Scripture.
You can believe what ever you want about whether Jesus gave Peter authority over the church, but we do see it in scripture and throughout history.
Jesus gave Peter much authority, certainly. But nowhere in the Bible did Jesus make him the head honcho over the entire church. The other disciples also had authority and so did Paul--the latter so much so, that he could rebuke Peter to his face for his hypocrisy.
Yes, we do see "scripture alone" in Scripture by demonstration. Paul said ALL Scripture is edifying, good, etc....so that the man of God would be complete (paraphrasing). Did Paul add man-made doctrines? HowEVER were men of God "complete" until the RCC added the following doctrines hundreds of years later:We don't see scripture alone in scripture or throughout history.
1. Praying to saints dead in the Lord for help and succor
2. Mary as co-mediatrix; her PV, IC, and Assumption into heaven and crowned Queen of Heaven
3. Mary as the "only hope for sinners."
6. Being subject to popes is necessary for salvation
7. Celibate, unmarried clergy
Gosh, men of God must have been awfully INCOMPLETE before the RCC came along and added all of these teachings/doctrines/practices!