Last week, Kress approved the use of Dr. Jim Rosscup's Commentaries for Biblical Expositors, and this week we received permission to use the 10th edition of the late John Glynn's Commentary and Reference Survey. These two works are absolutely invaluable for biblical and theological studies. At the front of the book, Rosscup offers lists of his favorite works divided into three categories: Exegetical, Expositional, and Devotional. The remainder of the book is a thoroughly annotated bibliography of 100s of books.
Glynn doesn't offer much annotation, but his bibliography expands well beyond just biblical commentaries into backgrounds, special studies, and theological studies. He even covers websites and bible software. This book is a must have for starting out a bibliography and library.
I'm so glad to get to include their top choices in BestCommentaries.com because it means that the overall data just keeps getting better!