What is exactly meant by inerrancy when it comes to scripture

What is exactly meant by inerrancy when it comes to scripture. One can wonder if the Bible is still relevant today, and if so, what makes it relevant. Our society leads us to look at the Bible and consider it an out of date, moral code or even more so, as a fairytale. Is the Bible the unshakable truth and the word of God? And if so, is it just because the Bible says so? The word inerrancy means “freedom from error or untruths.” But we also know that the books of the Bible have been inspired by God to narrators that were human and not perfect. Is it therefore possible to claim that there is no mistake in the Holy texts? I believe that it is precisely what is meant to be explored and debated in this paper, that there is a difference between the meaning of inerrancy and the meaning of inspired. If we look at the historical aspect of the inerrancy, we see that the Church has believed in it and one could argue that this is a long-standing tradition. Furthermore, I would argue that simply because some people, with no science were convinced of that many centuries ago without perhaps questioning and exploring if what the bible says is completely true, is not making a very reassuring argument. This argument would be similar to people of Muslim faith, claiming the Koran is true just because it says so, without having the right to question its authenticity. Therefore, we need to ask, is the bible the unquestionable, inspired and true word of God.