With this volume, the author has finished his commentary on the Pentateuch, and it is one of the very best in existence. He is one of my four favorite living OT commentators (the other three being Iain Duguid, John Mackay, and Dale Ralph Davis). I am hoping that John Currid will be able to continue on writing on Joshua and beyond in the same series. The only really irritating thing about this series is the endnotes. As I have said before, endnotes defeats the entire purpose of having footnotes. I know it saves money, but it greatly increases the irritation factor for anyone reading the commentary to have to flip back and forth all the time. Nevertheless, anyone preaching or teaching on Numbers will want to have this commentary.
Finished His Pentateuchal Commentary
October 14, 2010 at 11:25 am (Books (reviews and recommendations))