Hebrews–Revelation (Crossway, out now) is the 12th volume in the ESV Expository Commentary series, edited by Iain M. Duguid, James M. Hamilton Jr., and Jay Sklar. Six scholars guide readers through some of the most challenging books of the New Testament, focusing on the theme of hope. Duguid is a professor of Old Testament at Westminster Theological Seminary, pastor at Christ Presbyterian Church in Glenside, Pa., and the author of many Old Testament commentaries. Hamilton is a professor of biblical theology at the Southern Baptist Theological Seminary, preaching pastor at Kenwood Baptist Church, and the author of What Is Biblical Theology? Sklar is professor of Old Testament at Covenant Theological Seminary.
The Commentators’ Bible: Genesis (Jewish Publication Society, out now), compiled and translated by Michael Carasik, is the final volume of the Rubin JPS Miqra’ot Gedolot Commentators’ Bible series, bringing to life the voices of medieval Bible commentators in a contemporary English translation annotated for lay readers. Carasik is the author of Theologies of the Mind in Biblical Israel and The Bible’s Many Voices, also from JPS.
The Letter to the Galatians by David A. deSilva (Eerdmans, out now), the first volume in the New International Commentary on the New Testament series, looks at the theological issues raised by this Pauline letter; it replaces Ronald Y.K. Fung’s 1988 volume in the series. DeSilva is the Trustees’ Distinguished Professor of New Testament and Greek at Ashland Theological Seminary and the author of An Introduction to the New Testament, Introducing the Apocrypha, and Galatians: A Handbook to the Greek Text.
The Letter to the Romans, second edition, by Douglas J. Moo (Eerdmans, out now), is one of the 20 volumes in New International Commentary on the New Testament series and a thorough revision of the first edition, originally published in 1996. It deals with scholarship that has developed since then, including more recent perspectives on Paul. Moo is the Kenneth T. Wessner Professor of Biblical Studies at Wheaton College Graduate School and has authored commentaries on Galatians, Colossians, and James.
Jubilees: A Commentary in Two Volumes by James C. VanderKam (Fortress, out now) is the 52nd volume in Hermeneia commentary series; it focuses on Jubilees, an ancient rewriting of Genesis and the first part of Exodus by an anonymous second-century BCE Jewish author. VanderKam offers a new translation and the first full commentary on the book in the English language; he is the John A. O’Brien Professor of Hebrew Scriptures Emeritus at the University of Notre Dame, has edited 13 volumes in the series Discoveries in the Judaean Desert, is editor-in-chief of the Encyclopedia of the Dead Sea Scrolls, and has authored, among other books, The Dead Sea Scrolls Today.
And in May 2019, IVP releases in paperback Ancient Christian Commentary on Scripture. In 29 volumes, using the Revised Standard Version of Bible, the commentary covers the writings of the early church fathers. Thomas C. Oden (1931–2016) served as the general editor for Ancient Christian Commentary, which IVP calls the first full-scale early Christian commentary on Scripture published in the last 500 years.