We hold that the Scriptures, the 66 books of the Old and New Testament to be the only inspired writings/words of God (2 Tim 3:16) which are the result of a divine confluence between human authors (their style, grammar, vocabulary) and the primary author which is the Spirit of God (2 Peter 1:19-21). The Scriptures, as the word of God, are wholly true and never false when properly understood. They are the very words of God by which we are to feed our souls, be encouraged, rebuked, instructed, and trained in righteousness. They are the primary way which God speaks to us and the final and supreme authority on all matters of faith and practice. In the Scriptures we see and enter the story of God, we find the narrative soil for truth, and receive a mirror by which God convicts us of sin and helps us to change.
For more on the canonization of the 66 Books of the Old and New Testaments see our essay - One Bible Many Books (pdf).