- Though not Jewish, I have in print, the Complete Jewish Bible--Translation by David H. Stern. I also have Jewish New Testament Commentary in print--by David H. Stern. I think that grounded Christians can benefit from open minded study, for an enhanced understanding of Jewish hearers, and expectation from before Jesus' life on earth and currently. I have the LOGOS Complete Jewish Bible and have ordered the pre-pub notes. Yes, they are sold separately. Not relevant, I like to compare the LOGOS New Jerusalem Bible text translation with the ESV, NIV, and NLT--my favorite Study Bibles. The 2016 Zondervan NIV Study Bible notes and commentary has/have a theological approach, rather than historical, headed up by D. A. Carson, with many respected contributors.
- I will go with Moo.However a response would be interesting.
- This series of commentaries is exceptionally well done in all aspects. Though soundly scholarly, It is comprehensive--very readable and understandable. The format is good and user/reader friendly. While currently studying Revelation, this has become my favorite go to resource.
- This is a very good set with a trustworthy editor, and exceptional contributors.
- This particular collection is exceptionally good, with some of his most outstanding scholarly/theological, insightful work.
- An established very good resource.--A must have for me.