I couldn't post this below for some reason, so here we go.
Danny and I both agree that the full canon is inspired. We both accept the full canon on faith, however, we also agree with it because it corresponds to the historical position of the Church (both the inspiration and number of books). Also, the idea of sola scriptura would've made zero sense in any of the earliest ecclesiastical communities. It is alltogether absent from the thought of the Apostles, their disciples, etc. What Danny and I both believe is that the Catholic Church has been the Church since the Apostles. No doubt they've expounded upon and defined doctrines and dogmas, but has been one Church nonetheless. We believe this with faith, however, we also look to history. Faith, in the words of Daniel Wallace of Dallas Theological, should be a step, not a leap. Our faith in the Church, in the full canon, etc, is a faith based in reality, based on right reason. One can have faith, but it shouldn't be faith that contradicts reality. So, when you have a faith that contradicts reality (i.e. the Fathers/Councils affirming a truncated canon), it naturally causes suspicion (regardless of the philosophical dress that it wears).