No scripture is attributed to the direct hand of God. He didn't write it in His own hand.<quoted text>
Thanks for correcting me. You feel better now?
But the "dribble" coming out of your mouth isn't any better.
Is this the best you have - and still nothing on which texts "God" inspired.
Got it. You don't have any.
Yet you still think men can define an infallible being.
Quit your whining and start being honest for a change.
"but doesn't bother me as my faith isn't based solely upon scripture."
- I know - you base it upon men and their lack of knowledge. You fit in well.
As such, it's a remnant of man to be interpreted by man.
Divinely inspired text requires a divinely inspired interpreter. Christ left His authority to the Church in scripture-that Church vetted scripture and declared canon.
Some, like you, don't believe that the canonical gospels are indeed, that. Fine. You base this belief on men (early Gnostics) and ascribe to them the knowledge and/or power of discernment you deny to others. You don't really tell us how that works-how Gnostics have knowledge and the early Church councils lacked it.