Bray's voice takes some getting used to, but he gives a really good overview of the history of Biblical interpretation. The links to additional readings are very helpful as well. Sometimes, though, you get a list of 4 readings where 2 readings pretty much share the same information. I think that that is useful for people who do not own all or most of the books this course refers to, but it is a bit of a waste of time to try and read everything, as much information is duplicated. I would have liked a bit more in the way of case studies. For instance with the Jewish interpretation that Bray would give an example of a Pesher interpretation of a certain passage, or maybe a reading link where that happens. Just to get more of a feel for what the interpretation looked like. Though I understand that that may be a bit difficult and too deep for a course with such a broad scope. All in all great resource. Definitely recommend it.