After reading “Five Views on Biblical Inerrancy” by Mohler, Enns, Bird, Vanhoozer and Franke, I found this review helpful. It shows there are a wide variety of interpretations of how we read the Bible.
Mohler and Enns are the widest in divergence, but Bird, Vanhoozer, and Franke find their place somewhere between. I enjoyed Bird’s kind humor, which gave perspective on all points of view.
The authors address 3 difficult texts in the Bible: Joshua 6 (archeology), Acts 9 and 23 (seemingly contradictory accounts of Pauls’ conversion), and Deuteronomy 20 and Matthew 5 (showing no mercy to Canaanites, and turning the other cheek).
I learned a lot from this. I’d be interested in what you find. Tremper Longman’s posting today is a good commentary on this, too.https://biologos.org/blogs/guest/5-common-arguments-against-the-bible-and-how-to-respond-to-them