The Sacred Scriptures contain the Word of God and, because they are inspired, they are truly the Word of God.
I don't understand the sentence above, because (to me) "contain the Word of God" has a different meaning than "are the Word of God".
Although I will ask how "the application" with the Bible according to the Lutherans, I do agree when this Lutheran link wrote the Bible is the Word of God, not contains the word of God.
My understanding of these terms is as follows:
A. "The Bible is the Word of God" means that all the words written in the Bible are the Words of God.
B. The Bible contains the Word of God = not all the words written (or we read) in the Bible are the Words of God.
Then A can't be also B at the same time (or vice versa)
It must be A if not B ---or--- B if not A.
the Bible contains the Word of God, not is the word of God
the Bible is the Word of God, not contains the word of God
Since CCC-135 sentences wrote that A is also B at the same time ---> [(B) The Sacred Scriptures contain the Word of God - (A) The Sacred Scriptures are the Word of God], I am asking how a Catholic would see this as internally consistent. Thank you.