His convoluted effort to navigate I Corinthians 11 alone is astounding to me as it lacks the level of scholarship one would assume comes with this commentary. He presents one interpretation for women and hair and completely ignores men and hair, especially since his interpretation would fall short when trying to use the same explanation he uses for the women. Furthermore, he obviously holds a view of inspiration that places quite a bit of what Paul writes as "personal" and not divinely inspired. Example:" Here, regrettably, Paul gets himself into a theological quagmire" Hays, R. B. (1997). First Corinthians (p. 186). Louisville, KY: John Knox Press.