I can imagine you talking to a fellow Christian in Egypt, a Coptic Christian.
The Coptic Christians have been in Egypt for 2,000 years, right from the very birth of Christianity. And the Copts take their authority from the Bible as you do and they also take their authority from Tradition.
I think perhaps you are not familiar with the Tradition of the Coptic Christians or of Orthodox Christians in general. And I suspect you are also not familiar with the Tradition and Teachings of the Roman Catholic Church. This puts you at a grave disadvantage in loving and supporting your fellow Christians particularly as Christians are now facing persecution in Egypt, Nigeria, Syria, Iraq, Indonesia and Pakistan.
And instead of loving and supporting your fellow Christians you are perpetuating the bigotry of the Protestant Reformation. And this is the bigotry and hatred of the sixteen century now perpetuated in the twenty first century.
Jesus lived in the first century, the same century the Christian Copts had their beginning. Whereas Protestant Christians only had their beginning in the sixteenth century. So it might be reasonable to think you have something to learn from the Christian Copts. And having learnt from them you might offer them support while they are being persecuted for their Christian religion.