The book Five Views on Biblical Inerrancy is just about ready for release and will be available at ETS which is having its conference theme on the topic.
The book features Al Mohler, Peter Enns, Kevin Vanhoozer, John Franke, and Michael Bird. It is edited by James Merrick and Stephen Garrett.
Here is a video from Peter Enns and Al Mohler about the book:
My favourite line from the book is “Don’t cry for me Chewbacca” which I wrote in response to Kevin Vanhoozer. You’ll have to purchase the book to learn the context!
Here is a quote from my essay in the volume:
To say that the Bible is authoritative is to affirm that the Bible is divinely authorized because the Holy Spirit speaks to us through it—exactly what the Westminster Confession and London Baptist Confession both affirm. Therefore, Scripture must be obeyed in its entirety and not treated as an item for negotiation. There is the story about Adolf Schlatter, who, when interviewed for a professorial appointment in Berlin, was asked by a churchman on the interview panel if he as an academic “stood on the Bible.” Schlatter replied, “No, I stand under the Bible.” As followers of Jesus, we do not sit in judgment of God’s Word; we allow it to stand in judgment of us. We strive to obey its precepts and live out its story. Indeed, a focus on the Bible’s authority moves us from the abstract toward the practical. For how we live under the Bible is the ultimate test of what we believe about God and the Bible. John Stott wrote, “The hallmark of authentic evangelicalism is not subscription but submission. That is, it is not whether we subscribe to an impeccable formula about the Bible, but whether we live in practical submission to what the Bible teaches, including an advance resolve to submit to whatever it may later be shown to teach.”
 WCF I.10; LBC I.10.
 Andreas J. Köstenberger, L. Scott Kellum, and Charles Quarles, The Lion and the Lamb: New Testament Essentials from the Cradle and the Cross (Nashville: Broadman, 2007), 16–17.
 John Stott, Evangelical Truth: A Personal Plea for Unity, Integrity, and Faithfulness (Downers Grove, Ill.: InterVarsity, 1999), 73–74.