- There are some volumes in the set that are absolutely phenomenal, top-of-the-line. The two volumes on Genesis by Victor Hamilton are wonderful. The two volumes on Ezekiel by Daniel Block are two of the greatest commentaries on Old Testament books you will ever read. The upcoming volume on Jeremiah by John Goldingay is probably going to be fantastic. In the New Testament, RT France on the Gospel of Matthew is fantastic, J. Ramsey Michaels on the gospel of John as well as the older volume by Leon Morris on the gospel of John are absolutely essential. Douglas Moo on Romans, second edition, absolutely essential. Gordon Fee on 1 Corinthians, the second edition, that’s absolutely essential. The book of Revelation by Robert Mounce, wonderful. Philip Towner on the pastoral epistles, fantastic. Cockerill on Hebrews, great. There are some commentaries, though, that are not as strong as those, or they are 40 to 60 years old and could use an updated replacement. I’m thinking about FF Bruce on the book of Acts, he’s been dead for more than 30 years, that could use an update. The same goes for his contributions to the prison epistles, I H Marshall on the epistles of John. I love William Lane on Mark, but it is 50 years old, it probably needs to be updated. The Gospel of Luke by Joel Green, it’s got a lot of social background information in it, I just think that it isn’t as good with the text as some of the other contributions, I would like to see that replaced with a more exegetical work. And as big as the commentary is for Psalms, I just don’t find it as helpful as others out there. I still prefer VanGemeren in EBC. The two volume contribution to Isaiah is good, but it isn’t outstanding, and it is starting to get a little long in the tooth. But is this complete set worth it, absolutely! I just felt that it would be OK to give some feedback on some of the volumes that I have worked with.