I can't seem to remember a title of a book I had planned on purchasing. It dealt with the issues of the inspiration and inerrancy of Scripture and offered a defense of that doctrine by demonstrating how the historical church has always held to this position.
If I recall, it was a rather scholarly treatment. I think it was published within the last few years (but I could be wrong about this). I also seem to recall hearing D.A. Carson say this was one of the best treatments that he has read on this issue.
I know this is really vague, but any help would be appreciated.
UPDATE: The title has been discovered, thanks to private correspondence from Micah Gelatt (my brother) and Justin Taylor (blogger par excellence). I should also note the efforts of Arthur Sido. FYI, the book is titled "Biblical Authority: A Critique of the Rogers/McKim Proposal".