HT to HN for this:
Even if the Pentateuch is not from Moses, and many Psalms attributed to David are not from David, and the second part of Isaiah is from another author than the first part, this does not detract from the divine inspiration and authority of Scripture. The inspiration is certain, but the authenticity is an open question. As a divine book the Bible is above all criticism, but as a human book it may, like all literature, be examined by historical-critical methods and standards.
Read the entire part here: Herman Bavinck on the Inspired Scripture’s Capacity for Errors – The PostBarthianThe PostBarthian.
By the way, check out Henry’s books on inerrancy as well.