“Roman Catholics view the canon as an infallible collection of infallible books. Protestants view it as a fallible collection of infallible books. Rome believes the church was infallible when it determined which books belong in the New Testament. Protestants believe the church acted rightly and accurately in this process, but not infallibly.”[Source: R.C. Sproul, Grace Unknown: The Heart of Reformed Theology, 58].
I think that Sproul brings a very important point and James Swan does a great job unpacking the statement and explaining it.
Beggars All: Reformation And Apologetics: Sproul: "The Bible is a fallible collection of infallible books"