James Dennison argues that Geerhardus Voses inaugural adress is dominated by the supernatural character of revelation. But it also seems dominated by two other important aspects of Presbyterian covenant theology: democratization and mission.
Both aspects are clearly visible in Jonathan Edwards & Samuel Davies sermons and work during the great awakening. Geerhardus Voses Biblical theology becomes incomprehensible without this context. Inerrancy debate can become very abstract outside of this framework.
An comment that links biblical theology to the early years of Princeton (and Jonathan Edwards):
'Why not just follow the tried and true Historic/Redemptive (Covenantal)
out line, sometimes called Biblical Theology? It is a staple for
reformed churches and has been for many years. Early proponents were
Jonathan Edwards and Geerhardus Vos. More recent is James Dennison and
Michael Horton. I am personally not enthralled with this type of study
but I do see the value. BTW the preaching style from this is called
Christocentric and is the predominate style in the PCA and OPC.
then again, it is reformed and Calvinist so often discounted and
ignored as not relevant. Besides, we don't have any really cool
graphics, or picture books, or charts or power points. Just the Bible