Sola Fide, Sola Scriptura, Sola Gratia. By faith, scripture, and grace alone are you saved.
Looking from a Catholic prospective, I have to ask how you, in good faith, hold these beliefs. I am not trying to shitpost or attack you here, I really want to understand how you think your beliefs line up with biblical teaching.
The idea of being saved by faith/grace *alone* appears directly contradicted in the book of James. 2:18-20:
The idea that scripture alone is necessary is also contradicted a number of places in scripture. The Apostle's letters to the congregations:
This also applies given that we know the apostles, their descendents, and such wrote letters that were not included in the bible. If the scriptures (which hadn't even been compiled into a proper bible when these letters were written) were sufficient on their own, what are these traditions written of?
A common rebuttal I hear is 2 Timothy 3:16:
Except "profitable" and "sufficient" are two entirely different words, both in greek, the language they were written in, and in every translation since. In fact, the same word rendered "profitable" here, ὠφέλιμος (ōphelimos) is used in 1 Timothy 4:8:
Help me out here.