There is in fact a well-known Bible verse that kinda expresses how Buddhists view their "scripture."
2 Timothy 3:16
All Scripture is God-breathed and is useful for teaching, rebuking, correcting and training in righteousness (NIV).
The passage doesn't say it's the Word of God actually, but "breathed" (or more commonly, "inspired") by God (as I might be inspired listening to Mozart or watching a sunset). It is "useful," -- not "conclusive," or "determinative," or something like that, but just useful -- handy(?) for teaching and so on. I dare say we have much the same approach to the dictionary -- it is handy to have around but cannot tell us the refined meanings of words but only how the lexicographers have recorded it being used.
The way I was taught to approach Buddhist scripture is that these are the writings of ancient wise inspired (maybe "enlightened") people and should be respected as such and not used for winning petty doctrinal disputes.