This afternoon I've decided to pick one of the suggested list. It comes in the form of a question, "What do we mean when we say that the Bible is the Word of God?"
I've spent the entire afternoon reading two related articles on this subject. Both are published in Themelios vol.34, issue 1:
The Embattled Bible: Four More Books
by Robert W. Yarbrough
How Far Beyond Chicago? Assessing Recent Attempts to Reframe the Inerrancy Debate
by Jason S. Sexton
I find the second article especially helpful with its wide-ranging of cited resources. There is one interesting article cited which is a PhD thesis submitted to St. Andrews University by Jeffrey Oldfield.
In my essay, I have no ambition to solve or even to stir a deep discussion on the inerrancy issue. I will just be sketching the tip of the ice-berg by highlighting the important questions (if possible, also some tentative and brief notes on possible guidelines) surrounding our conception of the nature of the Bible.