I have been further thinking about theological assumptions and I was wondering: Will we need the Bible in heaven? Or, to put it another way, is sola scriptura true for all contexts?
BTW: the Wikipedia article on the five solas has a very misleading representation of the Catholic position:
Sola scriptura is the teaching that the Bible is the only inspired and authoritative word of God, is the only source for Christian doctrine, and is accessible to all — that is, it is perspicuous and self-interpreting. That the Bible requires no interpretation outside of itself is an idea directly opposed to the teaching of the Eastern Orthodox, Oriental Orthodox, Coptic, Anglo-Catholic, and Roman Catholic traditions, which teach that the Bible can be authentically interpreted only by Apostolic Tradition and the ecumenical church councils. This doctrine is sometimes called the formal principle of the Reformation, since it is the source and norm of the material principle, sola fide.
Is that really what the Catholic Church teaches?? I think the above shows a bias and a misunderstanding of the concept of revelation as taught by the Catholic Church.
(cf. Terminology: tradition.)