Currid is indeed one of the best OT scholars and commentators of the present day. He is an amazing scholarly workhorse. Every day, he works in his office in the library and produces a commentary on a certain amount of Biblical text.
I can’t wait to get this as well. My guess is that Numbers will follow next.
Oliver Twist, by Charles Dickens; Justification, by John Fesko; The Wheel of Time, by Robert Jordan; Recovering the Reformed Confessions, by Scott Clark; Brief Outline of Theology, by Friedrich Schleiermacher; Principles of Sacred Theology, by Abraham Kuyper
Books I am now reading
Exodus commentaries; Matthew commentaries; Turretin's Institutes of Elenctic Theology; Baker's new history of the church
Books for future reading
Turretin's Institutes; Joseph Caryl on Job, German encyclopedias of theology