Forthcoming Commentaries

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This is a list of all the information I've been able to find about forthcoming commentaries on books of the Bible. I have organized it by commentary series in this post, but if you'd like to see the same information organized by book of the Bible, you can find that here.

If you have any information about forthcoming commentaries that you do not see here, please leave a comment or send me an email at the link at the top of the sidebar. I don't necessarily remove volumes just because they are published, but if something is out and I don't have a publication year listed, I do appreciate knowing about it so I can update that.

I also have an ongoing series reviewing commentaries, which you can find here.

Note: I do update this list whenever I get new information about a forthcoming commentary. I'm not so good at removing forthcoming commentaries when they are published. So don't think the presence of non-forthcoming (because published) commentaries mean it's as out-of-date. 

Abingdon Old/New Testament Commentaries:
Genesis, Theodore Hiebert
Exodus, Dennis Olson
Leviticus, Timothy Willis (Apr 2009)
Kings, Gina Hens-Piazza (Dec 2006)
Esther, Linda Day (Nov 2005)
Proverbs, Christine Yoder (May 2009)
Nahum-Malachi, Julia O'Brien (Nov 2005)
Mark, C. Clifton Black
Romans, Leander Keck (Nov 2005)
II Corinthians, Calvin Roetzel (2007)
Thessalonians, Victor Furnish (Aug 2007)

AYB (Anchor Yale Bible):
Genesis Ronald S. Hendel (replacement, 2 volumes, chs.1-11 originally expected 2008, chs.12-50 later)
Deuteronomy 12-36, Moshe Weinfeld (expected to be two more volumes)
Judges (replacement), Jack Sasson (May 2014)
II Chronicles (replacement), Gary Knoppers
Ezra-Nehemiah (replacement), Tamara Cohn Eskenazi
Proverbs 10-31 (replacement), Michael Fox (June 15, 2009)
Ezekiel 38-48, Jacob Milgrom (perhaps completing Moshe Greenberg's work)
Nahum, Duane Christensen (Oct 2009)
Matthew (replacement), John P. Meier
Mark 8:22-16:? (replacement), Joel Marcus
I Corinthians, Joseph Fitzmyer (July 2008)
Philippians, John Reumann (July 2008)
Revelation (replacement), Craig Koester

Ancient Christian Commentary on Scripture (ACCS):
Kings, Chronicles, Ezra-Nehemiah, Esther: Marco Conti (Mar 2008)
Psalms 1-50: Craig Blaising and Carmen Hardin (Sept 2008)
Psalms 51-150: Quentin Wesselschmidt (Nov 2007)
Isaiah 40-66: Mark W. Elliott (Sept 2007)
Jeremiah, Lamentations: Dean O. Wenthe (Apr 2009)
Ezekiel, Daniel: Michael Glerup & Kenneth Stevenson (Jan 2008)
Apocrypha: Sever J. Voicu
John 1-10: Joel C. Elowsky (May 2007)
John 11-21: Joel C. Elowsky (May 2007)
Acts: Francis Martin (Oct 2006)

Apollos Old Testament Commentary:
Genesis, David Baker
Exodus, T. Desmond Alexander
Joshua, Pekka Pitkanen (2009)
Judges, Gordon Hugenberger
Ruth, L. Daniel Hawk
Samuel, David Firth (Oct 2009)
Kings, Lissa Wray Beal
Chronicles, Rodney Duke
Ezra, Nehemiah, Esther, Gerald Klingbeil
Psalms, Gordon Wenham
Proverbs, Paul Overland
Ecclesiastes, Daniel Fredericks (bound with Estes on Songs; July 2010)
Song of Songs, Daniel Estes (bound with Fredericks on Eccl; July 2010)
Isaiah, Richard Schultz
Ezekiel, Lena-Sofia Tiemeyer
Hosea, M. Daniel Carroll R.
Joel, Amos, Peter Naylor
Obadiah, Jonah, Micah, Karl Möller
Habakkuk, David Hartzfeld
Zephaniah, Haggai, Zechariah, Boyd Luter

Asia Bible Commentary (ABC):
Leviticus (2008)
Judges (2008)
Ezra-Nehemiah: Joseph Shao and Rosa Shao (out)
Song of Songs: Andrew Huang and Samuel Go (out)
Isaiah (2008)
Daniel: Tim Meadowcroft and Nate Irwin (out)
Hosea (2008)
Mark (2008)
John: Jey Kanagaraj and Ian Kemp (out)
Acts: Robert Shade and Bruce Nicholls (out)
Ephesians: Brian Wintle and Ken Gnanakan (out)
I Thessalonians (2008)
I Timothy: Paul Trebilco and Simon Rae (out)
I Peter: Greg Forbes and Jason Lim (out)
Revelation (2008)

BCOTP (Baker Commentary on the Old Testament Pentateuch) ed.Christopher Seitz, Kenton Sparks
Exodus, Richard Briggs
Leviticus, William Tooman

BCOTWP (Baker Commentary on the Old Testament Wisdom and Psalms):
Job, Tremper Longman (late 2011)
Psalms 90-150, John Goldingay (Nov 2008)
Ecclesiastes, Craig Bartholemew (June 1, 2009)

BECNT (Baker Exegetical Commentary on the New Testament):
Matthew, David L. Turner (April 2008)
Mark, Robert H. Stein (Nov 2008)
Acts, Darrell Bock (Oct 2007)
II Corinthians, George Guthrie (hoping to finish writing by summer 2010)
Galatians, Douglas Moo (working on after he finishes Col/Phlm for PNTC)
Ephesians, Frank Thielman (Nov 2010)
Colossians, Philemon, Greg Beale
Thessalonians, Jeffrey Weima
Pastorals, Stanley Porter
Hebrews, D.A. Carson
James, Dan G. McCartney (Nov 2009)
II Peter and Jude, Gene Green (Nov 2008)
1-3 John, Robert Yarbrough (Nov 2008)

Baylor Handbook on the Greek New Testament (focus on grammatical concerns):
Mark, Rodney Decker
Luke, Mikeal Parsons and Martin Culy (Sept 2008)
Acts, Mikeal Parsons and Martin Culy (Nov 2003)
Romans, Stanley Porter
1 Corinthians, Roger Omanson
Galatians, Thomas Schreiner
Ephesians, William Larkin
Philippians, J. Ross Wagner
Colossians/Philemon, Michael Holmes and Cathy Wright
Hebrews, Cindy Westfall
James, A.K.M. Adam
1 Peter, Mark Dubis
2 Peter/Jude, Peter Davids
1-3 John, Martin Culy (Oct 2004)

Believer's Church Bible Commentary (BCBC):
Leviticus: Perry Yoder
Numbers: David Baker
Deuteronomy: Gerald Gerbrandt
Joshua: Gordon Matties
Samuel: Daniel Block
Kings: Gordon Brubacher
Chronicles: Gus Konkel
Job: Robert Neff
Psalms: James Waltner (Nov 2006)
Song of Songs: Christina Bucher
Isaiah: Ivan Friesen (April 2008)
Lamentations: Wilma Bailey
Micah: Ben Ollenburger
Haggai/Zechariah/Malachi: Patricia Shelley?
Luke: Mary Schertz
John: Willard Swartley
I Corinthians: Dan Nighswander
Philippians: Gordon Zerbe
Pastoral Epistles: Paul Zehr

Berit Olam:
Exodus: Frank H. Polak (July 2007) [conflicting report: David W Cotter (July 2006)]
II Samuel, Craig Morrison (May 2007) [conflicting report: Stephen Pisano]
Chronicles, John W. Wright
Job, Edward Greenstein
Proverbs, Thomas McCreesh
Ecclesiastes, Stephen Garfinkel
Isaiah 1-39, Carol Dempsey (2008)
Isaiah 40-55, Chris Franke
Isaiah 56-66, Gregory J. Polan
Jeremiah, Lamentations: Pauline A. Viviano (Dec 2006)
Ezekiel, Jean-Pierre Ruiz
Daniel, Lawrence E. Boadt

BST (Bible Speaks Today):
Ezra and Haggai, Robert Fyall (Feb 2011)
Esther, David Firth (Oct 2010)
Jeremiah and Lamentations: Christopher Wright (said in 2008 that it would be at least a couple years)
Obadiah, Nahum, Zephaniah: Gordon Bridger (Dec 2010)

Malachi, N.T. Wright

BNTC (Black's New Testament Commentary):
Matthew, Rick Beaton
Luke-Acts, Loveday Alexander
Hebrews, Browne (Oct 2005)

Blackwell Bible Commentaries:
Scott Langston (Exodus) [Dec 2005]
Mark Elliott (Leviticus)
David Gunn (Judges) [Jan 2005]
David Gunn (Samuel) [due out July 2006]
Martin O'Kane (Kings) [Dec 2005]
Jo Carruthers (Esther)
Tony Yorke? York? (Job) [due out Sept 2006]
Susan Gillingham (Psalms) [due out June 2006]
Eric Christianson (Ecclesiastes) [Jan 2007]
John Sawyer (Isaiah) [due out Sept 2006]
Mary Callaway (Jeremiah)
Paul Joyce (Lamentations) [due out Sept 2007]
Andrew Mein (Ezekiel)
Yvonne Sherwood (Jonah)
Richard Coggins (Haggai, Zechariah, Malachi)
Christine Joynes (Mark)
Larry Kreitzer (Luke) [due out March 2006]
Paul Fiddes (Romans)
Jorunn Okland (1 Corinthians)
John Riches (Galatians)
Anthony Thiselton (Thessalonians, Dec 2010)
Jay Twomey (Pastoral Epistles)

Brazos Theological Commentary on the Bible:
Genesis: R. R. Reno (Jan 2010)
Exodus: John Behr
Leviticus: Ephraim Radner (June 2008)
Numbers: David Stubbs (April 2009)
Deuteronomy: Telford Work (Feb 2009)
Joshua: John Franke
Ruth, Esther: Stephen Fowl, Samuel Wells
1 Samuel: Francesca Aran Murphy
Kings: Peter Leithart (Nov 2006)
Chronicles: Scott Hahn
Ezra-Nehemiah: Matthew Levering (Oct 2007)
Job: David Burrell
Psalms: Ellen Charry, Anne Astell
Proverbs, Ecclesiastes: Daniel Treier
Song of Songs: Paul Griffiths
Jeremiah: Kevin Vanhoozer
Ezekiel: Robert Jenson (May 2009)
Daniel: George Sumner
Jonah: Phillip Cary (Oct 2008)
Matthew: Stanley Hauerwas (Feb 2007)
Mark: John Michael McDermott
Luke: David Lyle Jeffrey
John: Bruce Marshall
Acts: Jaroslav Pelikan (Jan 2006)
Romans: David Yeago
Corinthians: Bernd Wannenwetsch
Galatians: Katherine Greene-McCreight
Ephesians: John Webster
Philippians: George Hunsinger
Colossians: Chris Seitz
Thessalonians: Douglas Farrow
1 & 2 Timothy, Philemon: Risto Saarinen (Oct 2008)
Hebrews: David Hart
James: Timothy George
1 & 2 Peter: Doug Harink (Nov 2009)
1, 2, & 3 John: Michael Root
Revelation: Joseph Mangina (Nov 2009)

Catholic Commentary on Sacred Scripture (CCSS):
Matthew: Edward Sri and Curtis Mitch
Mark: Mary Healy (Nov 2008)
Luke: Timothy Gray
John: Francis Martin and William M. Wright IV
Acts: William Kurz, SJ
Romans: Scott Hahn
I Corinthians: George T. Montague, SM
II Corinthians: Thomas D. Stegman, SJ
Galatians: Ronald D. Witherup, SS
Ephesians: Peter S. Williamson
Philippians, Colossians, Philemon: Dennis Hamm, SJ
Pastoral Epistles: George T. Montague, SM (Nov 2008)
Hebrews: Scott Hahn and Mary Healy
I Peter, II Peter, Jude: Daniel Keating
Revelation: Peter S. Williamson

Concordia Commentary 

Genesis: David L. Adams
Exodus: Paul L. Schrieber
Numbers: Nathan R. Jastram
Deuteronomy: Adolph L. Harstad
Judges: Mark E. Braun
Kings: Walter A. Maier III
Chronicles: Daniel L. Gard
Psalms: Timothy E. Saleska
Ecclesiastes: James G. Bollhagen
Isaiah 1-12: Andrew H. Bartelt
Isaiah 13-39: Paul R. Raabe
Isaiah 40-55: R. Reed Lessing (Dec 2011)
Isaiah 56-66: R. Reed Lessing (due to publisher 2017)
Jeremiah, Lamentations: Dean O. Wenthe
Joel: Thomas P. Nass
Nahum, Habakkuk, Zephaniah: Russell D. Nelson
Matthew: Jeffrey A. Gibbs
Mark: James W. Voelz
John: William C. Weinrich
Acts: Jeffrey A. Oschwald
Romans: Michael P. Middendorf (chs.1-8 due 2014)
2 Corinthians: Vilson Scholz
Galatians: A. Andrew Das (due 2013)
Ephesians: Thomas M. Winger
Philippians: John G. Nordling
Thessalonians: Charles A. Gieschen
1 Peter: Dale A. Meyer
1, 2, 3 John: Bruce G. Schuchard
2 Peter, Jude: Curtis P. Giese

Continental Commentary:
Mark, Dieter Luhrmann (translation of a 1987 work)
Thessalonians, Willi Marxsen

Cornerstone Biblical Commentary (on the NLT, Tyndale, 12 volumes):
Genesis: Allen Ross (vol.1)
Exodus: John Oswalt (vol.1)
Leviticus: David W. Baker (vol. 2)
Numbers: Dale A. Brueggemann (vol. 2)
Deuteronomy, Eugene Merrill (vol. 2)
Joshua: Joseph Coleson (vol. 3, 2011)
Judges: Lawson Stone (vol. 3, 2011)
Ruth: Jason Driesbach (vol. 3, 2011)
Samuel, J. Robert Vannoy (vol. 4A, 2009)
Kings: Don Fowler (vol.4B)
Chronicles, Mark Boda (vol. 5A, 2010)
Ezra, Nehemiah, Esther: Gary Smith (vol.5B, 2010)
Job: August (Gus) Konkel (vol. 6, July 2006)
Psalms: Mark Futato (vol. 7, 2009)
Proverbs: George Schwab (vol. 7, 2009)
Ecclesiastes, Songs: Tremper Longman (vol.6, July 2006)
Isaiah: Larry Walker (vol. 8; Jan 2006)
Jeremiah/Lamentations.: Elmer A. Martens (vol. 8; Jan 2006)
Ezekiel: David L. Thompson (vol.9, 2010)
Daniel, Eugene Carpenter (vol.9, 2010)
Hosea, Joel, Obadiah, Jonah, Nahum, Habakkuk, Zephaniah, Richard Patterson (vol. 10)
Amos, Micah, Haggai, Zechariah, Malachi: Andrew Hill (vol. 10)
Matthew: David L. Turner (vol. 11, 2006)
Mark: Darrell Bock (vol. 11, 2006)
Luke, Allison A. Trites (vol. 12, Jan 2007)
John, Grant Osborne (vol. 13, June 2007)
Acts, William J. Larkin (vol. 12, Jan 2007)
Romans, Roger Mohrlang (vol. 14, April 2007)
I Corinthians, William Baker (vol. 15)
II Corinthians, Ralph Martin (due to publisher June 2006, vol. 15)
Galatians, Gerald Borchert (vol.14, Apr 2007)
Ephesians, Harold Hoehner (vol. 16)
Philippians, Thessalonians: Philip Comfort (vol. 16)
Colossians, Philemon: Peter Davids (vol. 16)
I Timothy, Linda Belleville (vol. 17)
II Timothy, Titus, Jon C. Laansma (vol. 17)
Hebrews, George Guthrie (vol. 17)
James, I Peter: Grant Osborne (vol. 18)
II Peter, Jude: Norman Ericson (vol. 18)
I-III John, Philip W. Comfort & Wendell C. Hawley (vol. 13, June 2007)
Revelation: M. Robert Mulholland (vol. 18)

ECC (Eerdmans Critical Commentary):
Exodus, Thomas Dozeman (July 2009)
Deuteronomy, Jack Lundbom
Judges, Richard Nelson
Ezra-Nehemiah, Lisbeth Fried
Job, Choon-Leong Seow
Song of Songs, Frederick W. Dobbs-Allsopp
Isaiah 1-39, Andrew Bartelt and Paul Raabe
Isaiah 40-66, Shalom Paul
Matthew, Jack D. Kingsbury
John, I-III John: Urban C. von Wahlde (3 vols.) (Oct 2010)
Galatians, Robert Van Voorst
I Peter, David DeSilva

Evangelical Exegetical Commentary (EEC):
Genesis: William Barrick (projected for 2016)
Exodus: Gene Carpenter (projected for 2012)
Leviticus: Richard Averbeck (projected for 2017)
Numbers: Dennis Cole (projected for 2013)
Deuteronomy: Eugene Merrill (projected for 2014)
Joshua, Ralph Hawkins (projected for 2015)
Judges and Ruth, Ronald Youngblood
1 and 2 Samuel: Harry Hoffner (projected for 2014)
1 and 2 Kings: John Oswalt (projected for 2016)
1 and 2 Chronicles: Eugene Mayhew (projected for 2014)
Ezra and Nehemiah: Israel Loken (projected for June 2011)
Esther: Anthony Tomasino (projected for 2013)
Job: Duane Garrett (projected for 2019)
Psalms: Ronald Allen (projected for April 2011)
Ecclesiastes and Song of Solomon: Gordon Johnston
Isaiah: Todd Beall (projected for 2016)
Jeremiah and Lamentations: Walter Kaiser (projected for 2013)
Ezekiel: Mark Rooker (projected for 2016)
Daniel: Randall Price (projected for 2014)
Hosea, Joel, Obadiah: Gary Yates (projected for Dec 2011)
Amos, Jonah, Micah: Michael Grisanti (projected for 2016)
Nahum, Habakkuk, Zephaniah: Dorian Coover-Cox (projected for 2014)
Matthew: Dave Lowery (projected for 2017)
Mark: Daniel Gurtner (projected for 2017)
Luke: Stanley Porter (projected for 2016)
John: W. Hall Harris
Romans: Ed Blum
1 and 2 Corinthians: H. Wayne House
Galatians: Michael Burer (projected for 2014)
Ephesians: Steve Baugh (projected for 2013)
Philippians Mark Keown (projected for 2013)
Colossians and Philemon: H. Wayne House
1 and 2 Thessalonians: Robert Thomas (projected for 2013)
1 and 2 Timothy, Titus: Steve Stanley (projected for 2014)
Hebrews: Buist Fanning (projected for 2015)
James: William Varner (projected for 2012)
1 Peter: Edward Glenny (projected for 2015)
2 Peter and Jude: Herb Bateman (projected for 2012)
1, 2, and 3 John: Gary Derickson (projected for Dec 2011)
Revelation: Michael Stallard (projected for 2017)

EBC replacements/revisions (Expositor's Bible Commentary):

Genesis, John H. Sailhamer (vol.1, Apr 2008)
Exodus, Walter C. Kaiser, Jr. (vol.1, Apr 2008)
Leviticus, Richard Hess (vol.1, Apr 2008)
Numbers, Ronald B. Allen (vol.2)
Deuteronomy, Michael Grisanti (vol.2)
Joshua, Helene Dallairre (vol.2)
Judges, Mark Boda (vol.2)
Ruth, George Schwab (vol.2)
Samuel, Ronald F. Youngblood (vol.3)
Kings, Richard J. Patterson and Hermann J. Austel (vol.3)
Chronicles, Tyler Williams (vol.4, Nov 2010)
Ezra-Nehemiah, Edwin Yamauchi (vol.4, Nov 2010)
Esther, Elaine Phillips (vol.4, Nov 2010)
Job, Elmer B. Smick and Tremper Longman III (vol.4, Nov 2010)
Psalms, Willem A. VanGemeren (vol.5, Nov 2008)
Proverbs, Allen P. Ross (vol.6, Aug 2008)
Ecclesiastes, Jerry Shepherd (vol.6, Aug 2008)
Song of Songs, George Schwab (vol.6, Aug 2008)
Isaiah, Geoffrey W. Grogan (vol.6, Aug 2008)
Jeremiah, Michael Brown (vol.7)
Lamentations, Paul Ferris (vol.7)
Ezekiel, Ralph H. Alexander (vol.7)
Daniel, Andrew Hill (vol.8)
Hosea, Daniel Carroll (vol.8)
Joel, Richard D. Patterson (vol.8)  
Amos, Thomas E. McComiskey and Tremper Longman III (vol.8)
badiah, Carl E. Armerding (vol.8)

Jonah, John Walton (vol.8)
Micah, Thomas E. McComiskey and Tremper Longman III (vol.8)
Nahum, Carl E. Armerding (vol.8)
Habakkuk, Carl E. Armerding (vol.8)
Zephaniah, Larry Walker (vol.8)
Haggai, Eugene Merrill (vol.8)
Zechariah, Kenneth L. Barker (vol.8)
Malachi, Eugene Merrill (vol.8)
Matthew, D.A. Carson (vol.9, Nov 2010)
Mark, Walter W. Wessell and Mark L. Strauss (vol.9, Nov 2010)
Luke, Walter L. Liefeld and David W. Pao (vol.10, Mar 2007)
John, Robert Mounce (vol.10, Mar 2007)
Acts, Richard N. Longenecker (vol.10, Mar 2007)
Romans, Everett F. Harrison & Donald A. Hagner (vol.11, Oct 2007)
I Corinthians, Verlyn Verbrugge (vol.11, Oct 2007)
II Corinthians, Murray J. Harris (vol.11, Oct 2007)
Galatians, Robert Keith Rapa (vol.11, Oct 2007)
Ephesians, William W. Klein (vol.12, July 2006)
Philippians, David Garland (vol.12, July 2006)
Colossians, Todd D. Still (vol.12, July 2006)
Thessalonians, Robert L. Thomas (vol.12, July 2006)
Pastorals, Andreas Köstenberger (vol.12, July 2006)
Philemon, Arthur A. Rupprecht (vol.12, July 2006)
Hebrews, Richard T. France (vol.13, Jan 2006)
James, George H. Guthrie (vol.13, Jan 2006)
1,2 Peter, Jude, J. Daryl Charles (vol.13, Jan 2006)
1,2,3 John, Tom Thatcher (vol.13, Jan 2006)
Revelation, Alan F. Johnson (vol.13, Jan 2006)

FOTL (Forms of Old Testament Literature):
Exodus 19-40, Rolf P. Knierim
Leviticus: Rodney Hutton
Numbers: George W. Coats and Rolf P. Knierim
Deuteronomy: Frederick G. Tiffany
Joshua, Judges: Robert L. Hubbard and Malcolm M. Clark
II Samuel, Jichan Kim
Ezra-Nehemiah, Kent Richards
Isaiah 40-66, Roy F. Melugin
Jeremiah, Richard D. Weiss
Minor Prophets I, Ehud Ben-Zvi, Gene Tucker, and J. William Whedbee

Hermeneia:
Genesis, Richard Clifford (aiming at one volume)
Exodus, S. Dean McBride, Jr.
Leviticus, Gary Anderson
Numbers, Moshe Weinfeld
Deuteronomy, Norbert Lohfink and Georg Braulik
Joshua, P. Kyle McCarter
Kings, Robert McLachlan Wilson
II Chronicles, Ralph Klein
Ezra-Nehemiah, Shemaryahu Talmon
Esther, Michael Fox (conflicting report: Michael O'Connor)
Job, Michael Coogan
Psalms 1-50, Frank-Lothar Hossfeld and Erich Zenger
Psalms 101-150, Frank-Lothar Hossfeld and Erich Zenger
Proverbs: Bernd Schipper
Isaiah 1-39 (J.J.M. Roberts)
Lamentations (J.J.M. Roberts)
Joel, Ted Hiebert
Jonah, James Kugel
Habakkuk, David Vanderhooft
Haggai, Zechariah, Paul D. Hanson
Malachi, Adam S. van der Woude
Matthew 1-7, Ulrich Luz (revision of his Continental Commentary, Feb 2007)
Mark, Adela Yarbro Collins (Nov 2007)
Luke 9:51-19:27, Francois Bovon
Luke 19:28-24:53, Francois Bovon
John, Harold Attridge
Acts, Richard Pervo (Nov 2008)
Romans, Robert Jewett (November 2006)
2 Corinthians, Margaret M. Mitchell
Ephesians, Holland Hendrix
Philippians, Paul A. Holloway
Thessalonians, Helmut Koester
Pastorals, Abraham Malherbe
James, John S. Kloppenborg
II Peter and Jude, B.A. Pearson
Revelation, Elizabeth Schuessler Fiorenza

HCOT (Historical Commentary on the Old Testament):
Genesis, Erhard Blum
Leviticus, James W. Watts
Numbers, Frank Gosling [conflicting report: John F. Elwolde]
Deuteronomy, Cornelis Houtman
Joshua, Hartmut Roesel
Judges, Klaus Spronk
Ruth, Marjo C.A. Korpel
I Samuel, Ake Viberg
II Samuel, Jichan Kim
I Kings 12-22, Jurie le Roux
II Kings, Kevin J. Cathcart
II Chronicles, Isaac Kalimi
Ezra, Bob E.J.H. Berking or Becking?]
Nehemiah, Edward Noort
Esther, Marjo C.A. Korpel [originally assigned to Henk Jagersma]
Job, Richard S. Hess
Psalms, Phil J. Botha and Gert T.M. Prinsloo
Proverbs, James A. Loader (vol. 1 nearing publication)
Ecclesiastes, Anton Schoors
Song of Songs, Wilfred G.E. .Watson
Isaiah 1-12, Hendrik Leene
Isaiah 13-27 Willem A.M. Beuken
Jeremiah, Bob? Ben? J. Oosterhoff and Erik Peels
Ezekiel 1-24, Herrie F. van Rooy
Ezekiel 25-48, Corrine Patton
Daniel, Jan-Wim Wesselius
Hosea, Dwight R. Daniels
Joel, Gert Kwakkel [conflicting report: William van den Meer (Willem Van der Meer?)]
Amos, Meindert Dijkstra
Jonah, Johannes H. Potgieter
Micah, Johannes C. de Moor
Habakkuk, Gert Prinsloo (nearing publication)
Haggai, William Th. Koopmans
Zechariah, Al Wolters
Malachi, S.D. Snyman

ICC (International Critical Commentary):
Genesis 1-11, John Day
Exodus, G.I. Davies
Leviticus, Joachim Schaper
Joshua, Graeme Auld
Judges, A.D.H. Mayes (chs.6-21? 1-5 published already but may be replaced; or is this the older ICC?)
Proverbs: Jan Joosten
Ecclessiastes: Stuart A. Weeks
Isaiah 1-5, H.G.M. Williamson (Dec 2006)
Isaiah 6-27, H.G.M. Williamson
Isaiah 28-39: John A. Emerton
Isaiah 40-55, John Goldingay and David Payne (vol. 1 Jan 2007)
Lamentations: Robert Salters
Daniel: Brian Mastin
Joel, Obadiah, Haggai, Zechariah, Malachi: Robert Gordon
Amos: Robert Gordon
Nahum, Habakkuk, Zephaniah: Kevin Cathcart
Mark, James Dunn (conflicting report: R.S. Barbour)
Luke, Richard Bauckham
John 1-4, John McHugh (Aug 2008)
I Corinthians, E. Earle Ellis
Galatians, Graham N. Stanton
Philippians, N.T. Wright
Colossians and Philemon, Robert McLellan Wilson (Dec 2005)
Thessalonians, Karl P. Donfried
Hebrews, Loveday Alexander [conflicting report: Williamson (Ronald Williamson?)]
James, Dale Allison
I Peter, David Horrell
Johannine Epistles, D. Moody Smith

IVPNTC (IVP New Testament Commentary):
Mark, Ron Kernaghan (Mar 2007)
II Peter and Jude, Robert Harvey and Philip Towner (May 2009)

JPS (Jewish Publication Society):
Joshua: Leonard Greenspoon
Ruth: Tamara Cohn Eskenzi and Tikva Frymer-Kensky (Sept 2011)
Psalms: Benjamin D. Sommer (editor), Adele Berlin, Mark Zvi Brettler, Alan Cooper, Avigdor Shinan, Yair Zakovich
Song of Songs: Michael Fishbane
Lamentations, Edward Greenstein

KECOT (Kregel):
Genesis: Duane Garrett
Exodus: Duane Garrett
Judges/Ruth: Robert B. Chisholm, Jr. (2008)
Psalms: Allen Ross (vol.1 on 1-72 Jan 2011)
Proverbs/Eccl./Songs: Gordon Johnston

Letters and Homilies of the NT (IVP):
Pastorals and Johannine Epistles: Ben Witherington (Nov 2006)
Hebrews, James, Jude: Ben Witherington (Dec 2007)
I-II Peter: Ben Witherington (Nov 2007)
[see here for more info. from Witherington]

Mentor (Christian Focus):
Terry Wilder, Pastorals

NAC (New American Commentary) :
Psalms 1-89, Robert Cole
Psalms 90-150, Jerry Shepherd
Isaiah 1-39, Gary Smith (March 2007)
Isaiah 40-66, Gary Smith (Sept 2009)
Zechariah, George Klein (August 2007)
I Corinthians, Mark Taylor
Ephesians, Paul Wolfe
Hebrews, David L. Allen (August 2008)
Revelation, Paige Patterson (was this released or not?)

New Cambridge Bible Commentary (NCBC):
Genesis, Bill Arnold (Oct 2008)
Deuteronomy, Brent Strawn
Joshua, Douglas A. Knight
Chronicles, William M. Schniedewind
Psalms 1-72, Walter Brueggemann and Patrick Miller
Psalms 73-50, Walter Brueggemann and Patrick Miller
Isaiah 1-39, David Baer
Jeremiah, Baruch Halpern (end of 2010 at the earliest)
Hosea, Joel, Amos, J.J.M. Roberts
Matthew, Craig A. Evans
Luke, Amy-Jill Levine and Ben Witherington III
John, Jerome H. Neyrey (Jan 2007)
Hebrews, Robert Jewett
I-III John, Duane F. Watson

NCB (New Century Bible):
Ezekiel, Paul Joyce
Micah, Philip Jensen

NCC (New Covenant Commentary):
Matthew, Joel Willitts
Mark, Kim Huat Tan
Luke, Jeannine Brown
John, Jey Kanagaraj
Acts, Youngmo Cho
Romans, Craig Keener (Sept 2009)
I Corinthians, B. J. Oropeza
II Corinthians, David deSilva
Galatians, Brian Vickers
Ephesians, Lynn Cohick
Philippians, Linda Belleville
Colossians/Philemon, Michael Bird
Thessalonians, David Garland
Pastoral Epistles, Aida Besancon-Spencer
Hebrews, Tom Thatcher
James, Pablo Jimenez
I Peter, Eric Greaux
II Peter and Jude, Andrew Mbuvi
I-III John, Sam Ngewa
Revelation, Gordon Fee (October 2010)

NIBC (New International Biblical Commentary):
Exodus, James Bruckner, Mar 2008)
Ezekiel, Steven Tuell (February 2009)
Daniel, William Nelson (October 2009)
Nahum-Malachi, John Goldingay and Pamela Scalise (Goldingay on Nahum-Haggai, Scalise on Zechariah-Malachi, October 2009)

NICOT/NICNT (New International Commentary on the Old/New Testament):
Exodus, Brent A. Strawn (not until at least 2013)
Deuteronomy (replacement), Bill Arnold (probably not until at least 2013)
Joshua (replacement), Lawson Stone
Judges, Barry Webb (Fall 2010?)
I Samuel, David Toshio Tsumura (Feb/Mar 2007)
II Samuel, David Toshio Tsumura
Kings, Richard Hess
Chronicles, Keith Bodner
Ezra-Nehemiah (replacement), Hannah Harrington
Esther, Robert Hubbard
Psalms, Rolf Jacobsen, Nancy deClaisse-Walford, and Beth LaNeel Tanner
Jeremiah (replacement), Pamela Scalise
Lamentations, Robert Hubbard
Daniel, R. Glenn Wooden
Hosea, J. Andrew Dearman (Aug 2010)
Amos, M. Daniel Carroll R.
Nahum, Habakkuk, Zephaniah (replacement), Thomas Renz
Zechariah, Mark Boda
Haggai, Malachi (replacement), Mignon Jacobs
Matthew, Richard T. France (August 2007)
Mark (replacement), Rikki Watts
John (replacement), J. Ramsay Michaels (Sept 2010)
Acts (replacement), Joel Green
I Corinthians (revision), Gordon Fee
Galatians (replacement), David DeSilva (2010); see here
Colossians and Philemon (replacement) Scot McKnight; see here
Thessalonians (replacement), Gordon Fee (July 2009)
Hebrews (replacement), Gareth Lee Cockerill; see here
James (replacement), Scot McKnight (Dec 2010)
II Peter and Jude, Robert Webb

NIGTC (New International Greek Testament Commentary):
Luke, I. Howard Marshall (2nd ed.)
John, Richard Bauckham
Acts, Stanley Porter
Romans, Richard Longenecker
Ephesians, Max Turner
I Peter, Troy Martin
II Peter, Jude, Scott Hafemann
1-3 John, D.A. Carson (2010 at the very earliest)
Letters of Ignatius, David Aune (for a two-volume supplement on non-canonical works)
Shepherd of Hermas, David Aune (for a two-volume supplement on non-canonical works)

NIVAC (NIV Application Commentary):
Deuteronomy, Daniel Block (fall 2012)
Joshua, Robert Hubbard, Jr. (June 2009)
Kings, Gus Konkel (Nov 2006)
Ezra-Nehemiah, Douglas J. Green (2009)
Job, John Walton (fall 2012)
Psalms 73-150, Jamie Grant

NTL (New Testament Library):
Matthew, C. Clifton Black
Mark, M. Eugene Boring (Nov 2006)
Luke, John T. Carroll
John, Marianne Meye Thompson
Acts, Carl R. Holladay
Romans, Beverly R. Gaventa
I Corinthians, Alexandra R. Brown
Galatians, Martinus de Boer
Ephesians, Stephen Fowl
Philippians/Philemon, Charles B. Cousar (Apr 2009)
Colossians, Jerry L. Sumney (Oct 2008)
Thessalonians, E. Elizabeth Green (E. Elizabeth Johnson?)
Hebrews, Luke Timothy Johnson (June 2006)
James, Joel B. Green
I-II Peter and Jude, Lewis R. Donelson
I-III John, Judith M. Lieu (Sept 2008)
Revelation, Brian K. Blount (May 2009)

Old Testament for Everyone:
Genesis, John Goldingay (two volumes) 

OTL (Old Testament Library):
Genesis (replacement), David L. Petersen
Judges (replacement), Susan Niditch
Samuel (replacement), Graeme Auld
Kings (replacement), Marvin Sweeney (August 2007)
Ezekiel (replacement), Jacqueline Lapsley
Job (replacement), Michael V. Fox
Psalms (replacement), William Patrick Brown (his C.V. lists the contract deadline as January 2011)
Jeremiah (replacement), Leslie C. Allen (Dec 2008)

Paideia Commentaries on the New Testament (PCNT):
Matthew: Charles H. Talbert
Mark: Mary Ann Beavis
Luke: Mikeal C. Parsons
John: Jo-Ann A. Brant
Acts: Mikeal C. Parsons (Nov 2008)
Romans: Frank J. Matera
I Corinthians: Pheme Perkins
II Corinthians: Raymond J. Collins
Galatians: Peter Oakes
Ephesians/Colossians: Charles H. Talbert (Nov 2007)
Philippians/Philemon: Richard T. Cassidy
Thessalonians: Todd D. Still
Pastorals: Christopher R. Hutson
Hebrews: James W. Thompson (Oct 2008)
James: John Painter (bound with Jude)
I Peter: Duane F. Watson (bound with II Peter)
II Peter: Terrance Callan (bound with I Peter)
I-III John: George L. Parsenios
Jude: David A. deSilva (bound with James)
Revelation: Steven J. Friesen

The Pentecostal Commentary:

Habakkuk, Zephaniah: Rebecca G.S. Idestrom
Mark: Emerson Byron Powery
II Corinthians: Peter Graebe
Galatians: Gordon Fee
Revelation: Rebecca Skaggs and Priscilla Benham (April 2009)

PNTC (Pillar New Testament Commentary):
Matthew (replacement), Jonathan Pennington (2015 or later)
Luke, Peter M. Head
Acts, David Peterson (March 2009)
Romans (replacement), Colin Kruse
I Corinthians, Brian Rosner and Roy Ciampa (Oct 2010)
II Corinthians, Mark A. Seifrid
Galatians, D.A. Carson
Philippians, George Hansen (Oct or Nov 2009)
Colossians, Philemon, Douglas Moo (July 2008)
Pastorals, Robert Yarbrough
Hebrews, Peter T. O'Brien (3/1/2010)
I Peter, Scott Hafemann
Revelation (replacement), D.A. Carson

Preaching the Word (PTW):
Exodus (Phlip Ryken)
Leviticus (Kenneth Mathews)
I Samuel (John Woodhouse, Feb 2008)
II Samuel (John Woodhouse)
Kings (John Woodhouse)
Chronicles (John Woodhouse)
Thessalonians (James H. Grant, Jr.)
Revelation (Jim Hamilton)

Readings:
Genesis, 2nd ed.: Laurence Turner (Aug 2009)
Nahum, 2nd ed.: Julia O'Brien (July 2009)
Job: Norman Whybray (Sept 2008)
Matthew: Margaret Davies (March 2009)
Revelation: Jonathan Knight (March 2010)

Reformed Expository Commentary (REC):
Ruth and Esther: Iain Duguid (November 2005)
Daniel: Iain Duguid (March 2008)
Zechariah: Richard D. Phillips (April 2007)
Matthew: Daniel Doriani (Dec 2008)
Luke: Philip Ryken
Acts: Derek Thomas (2011)
Galatians: Philip Ryken (June 2005)
I Timothy: Philip Ryken (soon?)
Hebrews: Richard D. Phillips (June 2006)
James: Daniel Doriani (Feb 2007)

Regula Fidei:

Sermon on the Mount (Scot McKnight)
Romans (Michael Bird)
2 Corinthians (Love L. Sechrest)
Galatians (Joel Willits)
Philippians (Lynn Cohick)
James (John Dickson, late spring/early summer 2011)

Rhetoric of Religious Antiquity:
Matthew: D. Bauer
Mark: P.J.J. Botha
Luke: V.K. Robbins
John: G. van den Heever
Acts: T. Penner
Romans: W.S. Campbell
I Corinthians: C. Wanamaker
II Corinthians: B.J. Oropeza
Ephesians: F.J. Long
Philippians: D.F. Watson
Colossians/Philemon: R.R. Jeal
Thessalonians: R.S. Ascough
Hebrews: R. Hall
James: W.H. Wachob
I Peter: D. deSilva
II Peter: T. Callan
Johannine epistles: D.F. Watson
Jude: R. Webb
Revelation: D. deSilva

Sacra Pagina:
Pastoral Epistles, Benjamin Fiore (Oct 2007)
Hebrews, Alan Mitchell (May 2007)
I-III John, John Painter (Oct 2008)

LXXC (Commentary on the Septuagint, Brill):

Genesis: Susan Brayford (2007)
Exodus: Daniel Gurtner
Joshua: Graeme Auld (2005)
Psalms: Mark Boda
Isaiah: J. Ross Wagner
I and II Esdras: Michael F. Bird and Joel Willitts
III Maccabees: N. Clayton Croy (2006)
IV Maccabees: David DeSilva (2006)

Smyth & Helwys:
Genesis: Kathleen M. O'Connor
Exodus: William Johnstone
Joshua: Steven L. McKenzie
Judges: Judith E. Sanderson
Ruth, Esther, Song of Songs, Lamentations: Kandy Queen-Sutherland
Chronicles, Ezra, Nehemiah: Kenneth E. Hoglund
Job: Samuel E. Balentine
Psalms: William H. Bellinger
Isaiah: Patricia K. Tull
Ezekiel: Margaret S. Odell (Nov 2005)
Daniel: Sharon Pace (2008)
Minor Prophets: James D. Nogalski
Matthew: Ben Witherington (late Apr or May 2006)
Mark, R. Alan Culpepper (July 2007)
Luke, Richard B. Vinson (acc. to their website; another source had Mikeal C. Parsons)
John, Paul Anderson (acc. to their website; another source had Paul Duke)
Acts: J. Bradley Chance
I Corinthians: R. Scott Nash
II Corinthians: Mitzi L. Minor (Aug 2009)
Galatians: Andrew H. Wakefield
Ephesians, Thomas B. Slater
Philippians, Philemon: Todd D. Still
Colossians: Lorin Cranford
Thessalonians: Linda McKinnish Bridges (Sept 2008)
Pastorals: W. Hulitt Gloer
Hebrews: Edgar McKnight
I Peter: Carey C. Newman (according to their website; older source had Earl Richard)
II Peter, Jude: Watson E. Mills (according to their website; older source had Earl Richard)
I-III John: Peter Rhea Jones

Socio-Rhetorical Commentaries (Eerdmans):
Matthew, Craig Keener (July 2009)
John, John Painter
Philemon, Colossians, Ephesians: Ben Witherington III and Darlene Hyatt (Dec 2007)
Revelation, David DeSilva (2008); see here

Two Horizons:
Genesis: James McKeown (Feb 2008)
Exodus: Tremper Longman
Numbers: Nathan MacDonald
Deuteronomy: Sandy Richter
Joshua: J. Gordon McConville and Stephen Williams (April 2010)
Judges: J. Gordon McConville and Stephen Williams
Kings: Frank Anthony Spina
Job: Lindsay Wilson (2009?)
Psalms: Geoffrey W. Grogan (April 2008)
Ecclesiastes: Peter Enns (2008)
Lamentations: Robin Parry (Aug 2010)
Amos: Karl Möller
Matthew, David J. Graham (but the report of that said it would be out in 2000)
Mark, Thorsten Moritz
Luke: Mark Strauss
John: Richard Bauckham
Acts: J. Weatherley
Romans, I. Howard Marshall and Stephen N. Williams
I Corinthians, Mark Bonnington
II Corinthians, Philip Towner
Galatians, N.T. Wright
Ephesians, Max Turner
Thessalonians, C. Andrew Johnson
Pastoral Epistles, Robert Wall and Richard B. Steele
Hebrews, Steve Motyer
James, Bill Baker
I Peter, Joel Green (Nov 2007)
II Peter and Jude, Ruth Anne Reese (Oct 2007)
I-III John, Paul N. Anderson
Revelation, John Christopher Thomas and Frank Macchia

TOTC (Tyndale Old Testament Commentary):
Leviticus: Jay Sklar
Ezra-Nehemiah, Mark Boda (to replace Kidner)
Esther, Debra Reid (to replace Baldwin, April 2008)
Psalms, Tremper Longman (to replace Kidner, but Kidner will be kept in print outside this series)
Song of Songs: Iain Duguid (see here)

Westminster Bible Companion (WeBC):
Elizabeth Schussler Fiorenza, I-III John

WBC (Word Biblical Commentary): [see here for their most recent publication schedule; the further off the date, the less likely it will be out by then]
Numbers (replacement): John Sailhamer (Aug 2010)
Joshua, revised, Trent C. Butler (Mar 2009)
Judges, Trent C. Butler (May 2009)
I Samuel (2nd ed.), Ralph W. Klein (Aug 2008; see here)
Job 21-37, David Clines (Jan 2007)
Job 38-42, David Clines (Feb 2008)
Hosea-Jonah (2nd ed.), Douglas Stuart (Nov 2007)
Micah-Malachi (unsure if replacement or revision), Douglas Stuart (Oct 2009)
Mark 1:1-8:26 (replacement), Craig Evans (2009)
Acts 1-14, Steve Walton (Nov 2011)
Acts 15-28, Steve Walton (Nov 2013)
I Corinthians, Andrew D. Clarke (Nov 2013)
II Corinthians (2nd ed.), Ralph Martin (2009)
Colossians/Philemon (2nd ed.), Peter T. O'Brien and Clinton Arnold (Nov 2010)
Thessalonians (2nd ed.), F.F. Bruce and Seyoon Kim (May 2011)
II Peter/Jude (2nd ed.), Richard Bauckham (Oct 2009)
I-III John (2nd ed., full revision), Stephen Smalley (Nov 2008)

Zondervan Exegetical Commentary (ZEC):
Matthew, Grant R. Osborne (Oct 2011)
Mark, Mark L. Strauss
Luke, David E. Garland (originally projected to be due 2007)
John, Edward (Mickey) Klink (2014)
Acts, Eckhard J. Schnabel
Romans, Frank Thielman
1 Corinthians, Paul Gardner
2 Corinthians, Bruce W. Winter
Galatians, Thomas Schreiner (Dec 2011)
Ephesians, Clinton E. Arnold (Dec 2011))
Philippians, George H. Guthrie
Colossians & Philemon, David W. Pao
1 & 2 Thessalonians, Gary S. Shogren
Pastorals, Gregory K. Beale
Hebrews, Douglas J. Moo
James, Craig L. Blomberg and Mariam Kamell (2008)
I Peter, Michael J. Wilkins (projected for 2011)
2 Peter & Jude, Robert W. Yarbrough
I-III John, Karen H. Jobes
Revelation, Buist M. Fanning III

not in series (or unknown series):
Exodus, Eugene Carpenter (originally intended for NICOT but publisher now undetermined)
Exodus: An Exegetical Carpenter, Victor P. Hamilton (Baker)
Deuteronomy, John Currid (Evangelical Press)
Chronicles, Claude Mariottini (originally intended for NIBC but publisher now undetermined
Psalms, L. Russ Bush (unknown if whole book)
Psalms, Bruce Waltke and James Housston (The Psalms as Christian Worship: A Historical Commentary 4/29/2010)
Acts, Craig Keener (Eerdmans, not in a series)
1 Corinthians, Craig Keener (academic commentary, series unknown or undetermined)
Revelation, James Resseguie (narrative commentary, Baker, April 2009)

From here on is the initial post that led to all this:

I was browsing around the web last week during a break from grading, and I happened upon three or four pieces of information about forthcoming commentaries that I thought were worth collecting in one place. Don't ask me where I found all this. It's all publicly available, but it's all from different places, and I didn't save links to any of them. Some of it was from scholars' online vitas or their institutions' descriptions of their ongoing research.

The NICOT series is one of my favorites, and one important book that I haven't even had an inkling of who would be doing it is Psalms. I've found out that three authors will be working on it together. The introduction and commentary on Psalms 1-41 will be by Rolf Jacobsen. The commentary on Psalms 42-63 and 107-150 will be by Nancy deClaisse-Walford. The commentary on Psalms 64-106 will be by Beth LaNeel Tanner. I'm unfamiliar with all of these people, but a few web searches indicates that they seem to be earlier in their careers. DeClaisse-Walford has already published two books on the Psalms, and Beth LaNeel Tanner has at least one. The NICOT Psalms will only be one volume, which is a little disappointing given that it's three times as long as Genesis, which they devoted two volumes to, and Waltke's two-volume Proverbs that just came out is as complete as anyone would ever want a commentary to be, on a book a third as long as the Psalms. Several of the most recent commentaries in this series give as much depth as anything but the most technical commentaries might give, but it seems they won't be doing that for the longest book in the Bible (according to how the English canon counts it, anyway; the Psalms present themselves as five books in the original).

Last I had heard, Douglas Stuart would be doing the NICOT on Zechariah. I was really looking forward to this, because I've liked his work on Hosea-Jonah (WBC) and Malachi (in a three-volume series on the Minor Prophets edited by Thomas McComiskey), but apparently it's been reassigned to Mark Boda, who released the NIVAC on Haggai-Zechariah last year. I haven't looked at Boda's work, but almost all the Old Testament NIVACs have been excellent, and I've come to trust the Old Testament editors for that series. I'm guessing this NICOT volume will be pretty good. The Old Testament editors have been making good decisions in the later volumes. [Update: I have since heard that Stuart is revising his Hosea-Jonah for WBC and doing Micah-Malachi for them while he's at it. I don't know if it will be a revision of the original or a new commentary entirely. I suspect the latter. Either way, we get to see Stuart's work not only on Zechariah but on all the Minor Prophets he hasn't commented on previously.]

Boda is also working on the EBC Judges for the revamped EBC series (that keeps getting delayed). The only other EBC replacement I know of will be Andreas Koestenberger's Pastoral Epistles, which I'm certain will be of the highest quality. As for Boda's Judges, that book seriously needs better coverage by evangelicals, so this can only help. [Boda's vita also lists him working on a Chronicles commentary for a series abbreviated NLT by Tyndale and Wheaton and a commentary on Psalms for a series called LXXC with Brill, Leiden. I have no idea what either series is.] As of this writing, I still don't know who will do the NICOT Chronicles, but this doesn't seem to be that. [Update: See the list below for the assignments for some of the above.]

Duane Christensen will be doing Nahum for the Anchor Bible series. That commentary was originally assigned to someone else whose name slips me. Christensen did the Word volumes on Deuteronomy, and most of his work has been well accepted. He developed a controversial view of Deuteronomy as a song, and those elements of his commentary haven't won much support, but the rest of his work is highly regarded. I imagine this will be as good as the other Anchor Bible minor prophet commentaries, which are some of the best in the series.

The Baker Commentary on the Old Testament Wisdom and Psalms (BCOTWS) is a brand new series. As far as I know, Richard Hess's commentary on the Song of Songs is the only one out. Last time I checked Baker's site, they hadn't announced any particular volumes by other people, but I found names for the entire rest of the series. Further volumes are scheduled. Tremper Longman will be doing Job and Proverbs (Update: Proverbs is now out). John Goldingay will be doing Psalms. Craig G. Bartholomew will be doing Ecclesiastes. I guess this means they won't be covering Lamentations, which I might have thought could fit into a series like this, but then Psalms isn't mentioned either, and I doubt they'd not do that withg the name of the series being what it is. [Update: Tremper Longman says plans are afoot for further series on the historical books and the Pentateuch.]

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I am not sure where you got your data on the NAC Ephesians commentary, but that will actually be Dr. Paul Wolfe. He is a prof at my seminary and I am certain of that one.

And you are correct that Ellis for 1 Cor in the ICC is E. Earle. He also is a prof at my seminary and I had him for 1 Corinthians and he was working on it.

Amazon lists the NAC Ephesians as David Dockery, and John Glynn's commentary review (I believe) mentioned his name with it as well. I know I've seen it from multiple sources. They must have originally contracted it to him and then switched it for some reason. I'm discovering that that happens fairly often in commentary series.

I'll update the post to reflect this information. For future reference, I'll do that with any further information people give me, so if you notice someone pointing out something wrong with the post that isn't wrong with the post it may be because I fixed it after they left the comment.

Great post Jeremy, this is a very useful resource.

BTW McKnight is doing the NICNT on James (see my question to him in the comments on his blog:
http://jesuscreed.blogspot.com/2005/06/reflections-on-newbigins-proposal.html)

I knew one of the people working on James for either BECNT or NICNT had died, and I knew McKnight had taken over that project. I put him down for the wrong one. Donald Verseput, who was assigned to the NICNT series for James, did indeed die not too long ago, and McKnight is taking over for him. Dan McCartney is, as far as I can tell, still around and working on the BECNT James.

Thanks for compiling all this information. We can look forward to some wonderful commentaries.

The Zondervan web site has some more information on the EBC update:

John: David W. Pao
Romans: Donald Hagner
I Cor: Verlyn Verbrugge
Gal: Donald Garlington
Eph: William W. Klein
Phil: Todd D. Still
Heb.: Richard T. France
James: George H. Guthrie
1,2 Peter, Jude: Daryl Charles
1,2,3 John: Tom Thatcher

For some of the stronger NT contributions from the original version, the authors remain unchanged---Carson on Matthew, Liefeld on Luke, Longenecker on Acts, Murray Harris on 2 Cor, Alan Johnson on Rev.

I read on the web that Colin Kruse is working on a Romans commentary for the Pillar Series

Doug, where is the breakdown of authors on the Zondervan website? All I can find is the list of which ones are in which volume, and it doesn't seem to match up to the number of books covered in all the cases. Are you just extrapolating from those listings?

According to Tremper Longman's CV, he's got a number of projects whose series I can't tell. He says he's doing Ecclesiastes and Song of Songs for a Tyndale series, but I don't know if that's a replacement for the two volumes already in that series or for another series that I've heard rumors about. He lists the Baker Proverbs volume as 2005 and Job as 2007. He's also doing Jeremiah and Lamentations for NIBC. He has Exodus for Eerdmans, due Dec 06. Is this NICOT? Carpenter's got pulled away from that series for some reason, to be published as a stand-alone from the same publisher. He's doing Job, Amos, and Micah for the EBC revision. How does this guy do so much?

Jeremy, yes, I was extrapolating from what was listed at the Zondervan site. I compared the author lists from the old and new versions and made these assumptions:

1) Authors are listed in the order in which the books they are working on appear in the canon.

2) The books are divided up in the same combinations as in the first version--e.g., the same person doing 1 and 2 Peter and Jude.

3) Authors repeated from the first version are associated with the same books as before, perhaps updating their own earlier work.

I haven't yet tried to look up vitae to verify my guesses.

Greetings,

Where did you get the information that the BECNT Galatians commentary is by Moises Silva? I note from a page by Douglas Moo that's he's doing it.

See http://www.wheatongrad.com/prospective/degrees/PhD_Website/phd_pdfs/Moo_bio.pdf

Silva is listed in the list of forthcoming volumes just before the title page in Schreiner's Romans commentary. They've since removed the forthcoming list, since too many of them have changed. I guess this is just another that I hadn't heard about. The Colossians PNTC is another one I didn't know about. The list I saw had Gerald Hawthorne for that one.

Hi Jeremy, you obviously spent a lot of work on this. Here are some additions/corrections I am aware of:

  • NICOT Psalms will probably end up being more than one volume. Waltke's Proverbs was supposed to be one, but they extended it when he submitted over the word count he was given. I imagine the same will happen with psalms.
  • NICOT Chronicles: Keith Bodner
  • Hermeneia Chronicles: Ralph Klein
  • The NLT that Boda is working on is a commentary for the New Living Translation geared for a popular audience.
  • Apollos Chronicles is Rodney Duke
  • I am doing the EBC Chronicles, and while I have a list of other contributors I don't think I am supposed to make it public! I can say that my colleague in Edmonton, Jerry Shepherd, is doing the Ecclesiates replacement (he is also working on part of the NAC Psalms).
  • I hope that Armerding will get the NICOT volume on Judges out, though I know he was also assigned the WBC on Judges, which was taken away from him.
  • Hossfeld and Zenger are doing the Hermeneia on Psalms; the first excellent volume just came out (Psalms 2)
I think that is all I know... I remember chatting with Boda at CSBS about the psalms project he is working on, but I can't recall what it was for specifically (I'll ask him next time we chat and let you know).
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Thanks for this list. I'm looking forward most to Kloppenborg's James (to replace Dibelius) and Schussler-Fiorenza's Revelation in the Hermeneia series.

I know Michael Grisanti of The Master's Seminary has been working on the EBC Deuteronomy replacement. He was getting started a couple years ago when I attended there.

Wasn't Carl Armerding originally working on the Word Biblical Commentary on Judges? I've been waiting for this for several years now - a good detailed commentary on this book is certainly overdue IMHO.

Regards, Rob

Armerding was replaced by Butler by the publishers of the WBC series, apparently because he wasn't making enough progress quickly enough. NICOT agreed to take his work in their series instead. I'm not sure how that happened, because Barry Webb was supposed to be doing the NICOT on Judges. Maybe the same thing happened to him with them.

Rob,

Daniel Block's commentary in the NAC series on Judges-Ruth is very good, in my opinion, one of the best in that series in my experience. Highly recommended. A good exposition to go with it is D. Ralph Davis's little book on Judges; lots of character, exegetically sound, great for devotional work or preaching.

Does anyone have any info (beyond the two out this fall) on the authors of books in the Two Horizons Commentary series (particularly Matthew)?

The elders of my congregation used Block's commentary on Judges a few years ago, and they thought it was terrible. The one who did the most teaching thought he displayed a serious lack of imagination in reconstructing the situation behind the text, and both of the two elders who gave me reasons why they didn't like it said they thought his comments just didn't fit with what the text says. Of course, they didn't think there was really anything better on Judges.

Here's what I've been able to find on the Two Horizons series. If I had to guess who would do Galatians, I'd guess N.T. Wright, because he authored the Galatians chapter in the book introducing this series. That's more than speculation, but I wouldn't count on it.

I'm guessing Joel Green is doing I Peter. His vita says he's working on a theological commentary on I Peter and a full-scale commentary on Acts, which would be the replacement for F.F. Bruce's NICNT. Since he's one of the editors of the series, it's likely that he's referring to the Two Horizons volume on I Peter.

They're also going to be doing the Old Testament, edited by Gordon McConville and Craig Bartholemew.

These ones I know, assuming I can trust people's vitae and reports in various newsletters that Google turned up:

Numbers: Nathan MacDonald
Matthew, David J. Graham (but the report of that said it would be out in 2000)
Mark, Thorsten Moritz
Romans, I. Howard Marshall and Stephen N. Williams
Philippians, Stephen E. Fowl (due out 9/29/05)
Colossians and Philemon, Marianne Meye Thompson (Dove Booksellers says due out 10/10/05; Eerdmans says 10/29/05)
Pastoral Epistles, Robert Wall and Richard B. Steele
II Peter and Jude, Ruth Anne Reese

Longman on Proverbs is now listed on the Baker site as due for publication in June 2006

Fyi, the following IVPNTC volumes are out:

Romans, Grant Osborne
I Corinthians, Alan Johnson

Mark Strauss is apparently also doing a revised Mark for EBC as well as Mark in the Zondervan Exegetical Series
http://www.zonderkidz.com/profile.asp?BioID=StraussM

The Hermeneia Commentary on Leviticus is being written by Gary Anderson. See his webpage:

http://www.nd.edu/~theo/faculty/anderson.html

Amazing work you've done here.

just wondering...I read in an old WBC that Joel Green was doing Acts, then in a latter one it was being reasigned (clearly to Walton). Joel Green though is now writing one on acts for NICNT. any thoughts?

Although it counts for little i heard, or read, Goldingay saying he was enjoying working on a big commentary on Second Isaiah.

Thanks again

That must be the ICC on Isaiah 40-55. I did have that in the list, but I also have seen a report that Francis Andersen was doing that. I wonder if Andersen's doing 56-66.

According to this, Eugene Carpenter is also working on a Deuteronomy commentary, but I can't find anything on which series (if any) it will belong to.

Dear Jeremy:
Great work snooping down forthcoming commentaries! Kregel is coming out with an exegetical/expositional series called KECOT edited by Bob Chisholm of Dallas Seminary. He's doing Judges/Ruth(due 2007, and they are talking to Allen Ross about Psalms. It will follow the idea of Chisholm's book, From Exegesis to Exposition (Baker). I'm working on a revision of my survey for 2007.
Sincerely,
John Glynn
Commentary & Reference Survey (Kregel, 2003)
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Kregel Expository Commentary
on the Old Testament

Distinctive Features
Since competition for commentaries is keen, it is essential that a new series provide a convincing rationale for its existence. The most outstanding distinctive of KECOT is that each exegetical unit includes preaching strategies that grow out of the preceding exegetical analysis and reflect the overall message of the book. Rather than focusing exclusively on exegesis and expecting the expositor to build his own sermon based on it, KECOT goes one step further to provide guidance on how the preacher moves from exegesis to exposition.

Another distinctive is that the scholar and student will benefit immeasurably from the readable and rigorous exegesis, which is based on a close analysis of the original text. While the commentary will interact with scholarly literature and address technical issues, it will focus on the message of each literary unit and of the book as a whole, showing how each unit contributes to the book’s overall message and themes.
11/07 Psalms (2 vols.)
11/07 Judges/Ruth (Robert Chisholm)
11/08 Proverbs/Ecclesiastes/Song of Songs (Gordon Johnston)
11/09 Genesis
11/10 Isaiah (2 vols.)
11/11 Daniel

Goldingay is doing two volumes on Isaih 40-55 for the ICC (T & T Clark). Luke-Revelation New Testament assignments for thr revised EBC is now posted at Zondervan (i. e., Liefeld and David Pao on Luke, Harrison and Hagner on Romans)and due out in Dec 2005 thru the middle of 2006. Gene Carpenter's Deuteronomy is actually an entry in the Zondervan Bible Bkgnd Comm. (on the OT (forthcoming). Note that Richard Hess is doing Job for HCOT (Jeremy has it listed).

Almost forgot. The two Goldingay volumes on Isaiah 40-55 are due in Nov. along with Robert McL. Wilson on Col./Phlm (ICC).

Just thought you may like to know:

I was reading a book entitled Covenant Theology: Contemporary Approaches ed. Mark J Cartledge and David Mills, one of the contributors being a Mark Bonnington, who I have never heard of but is Tutor in NT at Cramner Hall, St John's College, University of Durham. His Phd thesis has been published by Paternoster, entitled Antioch Episode of Galatians 2 in History. According to the contributors info in the front of the book he is 'writing a commentary on Paul's frist epistle to the Corinthians in the Between Two Horizons series (Eerdmans)'.

His faculty website confirms he is writing a commentary on 1 Cor too.

I eamield Mark Bonnington and confirmed he is writing 1 Corintians for Two Horizons. n regard to The Antich Episode in Gal.2 he wrote: Food-sharing and commensality between Jews and Gentiles followed clear patterns requiring Jewish avoidance of the dangers of table fellowship with pagans but allowing it in clearly delineated circumstances to the advantage of the Jewish people. Statements that Jews did or did not eat with gentiles is too simplistic an analysis. Early gentile Christian devotion to the God of Israel created a complicated new category of people and missonary motivation within a Jewish Christian subculture exactly the kind of positive motivation that impelled the kind of table fellowship we see in Antioch. Early Christianty thus gives rise to new opportunities and problems on the Jew/gentile interface that non-Christian Jews read within their own framework as unacceptable risk. On this Paul and Peter found themselves on one page against James, though Peter compromised in practice against his better instincts. Thus Paul claims Peter on his side in Galatia against those insisting on circumcison.

The Brazos Theolgical Commentary on the bible series has schedule Jaroslav Pelikan's commentary on Acts to be released in the Spring of 2006.

Scheduled Contributors
R. R. Reno (Creighton University) on Genesis
John Behr (St. Vladimir's Orthodox Theological Seminary) on Exodus
Ephraim Radner (Ascension Episcopal Church, Pueblo, CO) on Leviticus
David Stubbs (Western Theological Seminary) on Numbers
Telford Work (Westmont College) on Deuteronomy
John Franke (Biblical Theological Seminary) on Joshua
Stephen Fowl (Loyola College, Maryland) and Samuel Wells (Duke University) on Ruth & Esther
Francesca Aran Murphy (University of Aberdeen) on 1 Samuel
Peter Leithart (New St. Andrews College) on 1 & 2 Kings
Scott Hahn (St. Paul Center for Biblical Theology) on Chronicles
Matthew Levering (Ave Maria University) on Ezra & Nehemiah
David Burrell (University of Notre Dame) on Job
Ellen Charry (Princeton Theological Seminary) and Anne Astell (Purdue University) on Psalms
Daniel Treier (Wheaton College) on Proverbs & Ecclesiastes
Paul Griffiths (University of Illinois at Chicago) on Song of Songs
Kevin Vanhoozer (Trinity Evangelical Divinity School) on Jeremiah
Robert Jenson (Center of Theological Inquiry) on Ezekiel
George Sumner (Wycliffe College, Toronto) on Daniel
Phillip Cary (Eastern University) on Jonah
Stanley Hauerwas (Duke University) on Matthew
John Michael McDermott (Pontifical College Josephinum, Columbus, OH) on Mark
David Lyle Jeffrey (Baylor University) on Luke
Bruce Marshall (Southern Methodist University) on John
David Yeago (Lutheran Theological Southern Seminary) on Romans
Bernd Wannenwetsch (Oxford University) on 1 & 2 Corinthians
Katherine Greene-McCreight (Yale University) on Galatians
John Webster (King's College, Aberdeen) on Ephesians
George Hunsinger (Princeton University) on Philippians
Chris Seitz (University of St. Andrews) on Colossians
Douglas Farrow (McGill University) on 1 & 2 Thessalonians
Risto Saarinen (University of Helsinki) on 1 & 2 Timothy
David Hart (University of Virginia) on Hebrews
Timothy George (Beeson Divinity School, Samford University) on James
Doug Harink (The King's University College) on 1 & 2 Peter
Michael Root (Lutheran Theological Southern Seminary) on 1, 2, & 3 John
Geoffrey Wainwright (Duke University) on Revelation

According to Amazon, Towner's NICNT commentary on the Pastorals is coming in Feb 2006.

Hi there

N T Wright is definitely doing Philippians for ICC. Whitley is dead and Tom has had the commission since at least 1990 when I started my doctoral work on Philippians with him.

I'm looking for a good entry-level commentary to 1 Corinthians (Fee is too massive!), and am trying to decide between Craig Blomberg's NIVAC one and Alan Johnson's new one in the IVP NT series. Anyone care to recommend one over the other, or comment on their relative merits?

Blomberg came out relatively early in the NIVAC series, and like many early volumes, is slimmer than subsequent volumes. Johnson did an excellent commentary on Romans for Moody and recently did over his Revelation for the revised EBC (Zondervan). His Corinthians is slightly shorter than Blomberg, but minus the NIV text. A tossup.

Kevin Cathcart is writing the ICC replacement volume on Nahum, Habakkuk and Zephaniah.

On the best choice for a medium-length commentary on 1 Corinthians, consider George Guthrie,1 Corinthians (New American Commentary) from Broadman & Holman which is due very shortly.

Allen Ross is doing Exodus in the KECOT series (Kregel).

I take that back. The KECOT Exodus is not yet assigned

You didn't list the Blackwell Bible commentary series. Great resource, thanks so much!!

Danny, I had intended to get around to it eventually, but I hadn't prioritized it, due to its not really being a commentary on the Bible but on its later reception. I've added it now.

Daniel of the HCOT (Historical Commentary on the Old Testament) series will be written by Jan-Wim Wesselius, Kampen, The Netherlands.

thanks John, I ended up with Johnson simply because it was easier for me to obtain. Looks very solid, although I wished that he had spent a couple more pages on the Intro.

BCOTWP Vol 1 Psalms by John Goldingay is now listed on the Baker site for publication in Aug 2006

Jeremy, just noticed at http://www.sheffieldphoenix.com/browse.asp?subj=7 a list of several forthcoming commentaries:


The Book of Job, John Gray,
Publication Date: April 2006;

Romans, Stanley E. Porter,
Publication Date: June 2006;

Isaiah, Peter D. Miscall,
Publication Date: June 2006

I have not been able to find much about the LXX commentary series from Brill except their web page brill.nl/m_catalogue_sub6_id21645.htm. However there is another commentary series on the LXX launched by the NETS project team. The names of the commentators have been announced. Full details on ccat/sas.upenn.edu/ioscs/commentary

REVISED EBC

Volume 1:
Genesis John H. Sailhamer
Exodus Walter C. Kaiser, Jr.
Leviticus Rick Hess

Volume 2:
Numbers Ronald B. Allen
Deuteronomy Michael Grisanti
Joshua Michael Kelly
Judges Mark Boda
Ruth George Schwab

Volume 3:
1 Samuel Ronald F. Youngblood
2 Samuel Ronald F. Youngblood
1 Kings Richard D. Patterson & Hermann J. Austel
2 Kings Richard D. Patterson & Hermann J. Austel

Volume 4:
1 Chronicles Tyler Williams
2 Chronicles Tyler Williams
Ezra Edwin Yamauchi
Nehemiah Edwin Yamauchi
Esther Elaine Phillips
Job Elmer B. Smick & Tremper Longman III

Volume 5:
Psalms Willem A. VanGemeren

Volume 6:
Proverbs Allen P. Ross
Ecclesiastes Jerry Shepherd
Song of Songs George Schwab
Isaiah Geoffrey W. Grogan

Volume 7:
Jeremiah Michael Brown
Lamentations Paul Ferris
Ezekiel Ralph H. Alexander

Volume 8:
Daniel Andrew Hill
Hosea Danny Carroll
Joel Richard D. Patterson
Amos Thomas E. McComiskey & Tremper Longman III
Obadiah Carl E. Armerding
Jonah John Walton
Micah Thomas E. McComiskey & Tremper Longman III
Nahum Carl E. Armerding
Habbakuk Carl E. Armerding
Zephaniah Larry Walker
Haggai Gene Merrill
Zechariah Kenneth L. Barker
Malachi Gene Merrill

Volume 9:
Matthew D.A. Carson
Mark Walter W. Wessel & Mark L. Strauss

Volume 10:
Luke Walter L. Liefeld & David W. Pao
John Robert Mounce
Acts Richard N. Longenecker

Volume 11:
Romans Everett F. Harrison & Donald A. Hagner
1 Corinthians Verlyn Verbrugge
2 Corinthians Murray J. Harris
Galatians Don Garlington

Volume 12:
Ephesians William W. Klein
Philippians David Garland
Colossians Todd Still
1 Thessalonians Robert L. Thomas
2 Thessalonians Robert L. Thomas
1 Timothy Andreas Köstenberger
2 Timothy Andreas Köstenberger
Titus Andreas Köstenberger
Philemon Arthur A. Rupprecht

Volume 13
Hebrews R.T. France
James George Guthrie
1 Peter Daryl Charles
2 Peter Daryl Charles
1 John Tom Thatcher
2 John Tom Thatcher
3 John Tom Thatcher
Jude Daryl Charles
Revelation Alan F. Johnson

In the Cornerstone Biblical Commentary series (Tyndale), based on the NLT:

Matthew: David Turner
Mark: Darrell Bock
Leviticus: David Baker
Job: August Konkel
Ecclesiastes, Songs: Tremper Longman
Jeremiah/Lam.: Elmer Martens
Isaiah: Larry Walker
Daniel: Gene Carpenter

Visit the following site for a link to this page, a thorough analysis of exegetical software, and a link to RBL Book Reviews.

http://mysite.verizon.net/vzeojt6o/commentaryreferencesurvey/

Darrell Bock says his commentary on Acts (BECNT) is slated for late-2007.

Tremper Longman's Proverbs (BCOTWP) has been moved up to April 2006. Check out my webite:http://mysite.verizon.net/vzeojt6o/esucommentaryandreferencrvey/

Eugene Merrill is doing Deuteronomy for the Cornerstone series (Tyndale)Visit my http://mysite.verizon.net/vzeojt6o/esucommentaryandreferencrvey/

Thanks Jeremy for the kind words

Can't Miss Forthcoming Titles (due Feb-May)

Doug Stuart, Exodus (Broadman)
Bruce Waltke, Micah (Eerdmans)
Matt Williams, Two Gospels from One (Kregel)
Tremper Longman, Proverbs (Baker)

John, do you happen to know if this Waltke commentary is an expansion of his previous work on Micah, or is it just a repackaging of the same material?

Waltke's new Micah is an expansion of his prior work with an eye towards theology and application in addition to exegesis

C. Clifton Black is no longer doing the commentary on Matthew in the NT Library. David DeSilva is doing 1 Peter in the Eerdman's Critical Commentary. And, John Painter is doing the Gospel of John in the Socio-Rheterical series.

I spoke with someone from Nelson Reference and Butler's commentary on Judges in WBC is not coming out till Feb 2007

You might be interested to know that the latest ETS newsletter is online. This includes a long list of forthcoming publications including a number of commentaries.

its available here
http://www.etsjets.org/newsletters/no30.pdf

here's some I noticed during a quick look through. I haven't checked how many of these you already know about...
NAC Hebrews - David Allen
NIVAC Joel, Obadiah, Malachi - David Baker
Cornerstone Leviticus - David Baker
Cornerstone 1 Tim - Linda Belleville
Cornerstone Numbers - Dale Brueggemann
Kergel Judges & Rytg - Robert Chisholm
PNTC 2 Peter, Jude - Peter Davids
CF 2 Kings - Dale Ralph Davies
Cornerstone Acts - William Larkin
Tyndale Ecc & Song of Songs - Tremper Longman

Yes, I noticed that last week. I think I only got one or two new things from it, but it does let us know a few that are going to be appearing soon that we wouldn't otherwise have known about (e.g. Davids on II Peter and Jude).

I have all of those in my list except the Davies one, because I don't have that series in the list. Would that be the Mentor series or another one? I believe Mentor is published by Christian Focus. It's harder to get this side of the pond, so I don't know much about it.

The Christian Focus commentary series (Focus on the Bible) is a bit like the Bible Speaks Today but is written with a broader audience in mind. They're conservative evangelical in outlook. All of Dale Ralph Davies commentaries are excellent. He seems to be working his way through the Old Testament historical books. He has a real gift for bringing the stories to life in their historical context, and applying them in practical and sensible ways.

I do know the Focus on the Bible series. I looked at Paul Gardner's II Peter and Jude through inter-library loan. I thought it was much thinner for an epistle than the BST ones I've looked at (Acts, Romans, James, I Peter) and more like the really thin OT ones like Ecclesiastes and Jeremiah/Lamentations by Kidner or Webb's Isaiah.

I just looked it up on Amazon, and it looks to be already out.

I've been exchanging emails with Craig Keener and he tells me his Acts for Eerdmans will be freestanding like his Matthew and John. It's still quite a ways off, but Acts is right up his alley. I've submitted the revision to my Commentary & Reference Survey to Kregel. It should appear late this year.

For anyone interested, I just published on my site the notes on Ephesians which will appear in the forthcoming HCSB Study Bible (Broadman & Holman)

Thanks, John. I've linked to that from a separate post.

I got the Revised Expositor's Bible Commentary vol 13 (Heb - Rev) a couple of weeks ago. The layout is really nicely done, and it looks like being quite a cost-effective series to purchase covering the whole Bible in just 13 volumes (works out considerably cheaper than series like BST). They still contain the NIV text, although R T France seems more interested in commenting on the TNIV.

It also looks like they've deliberately published Thielman's NT Theology and Waltke's OT Theology in the same format perhaps intentionally to compliment the commentary series.

I'm not sure what you mean by the format, but I noticed that the Thielman NT Theology and the Carson/Moo NT Intro have a similar look and cover style. The cover style has appeared already with the Dillard/Longman OT Intro and Grudem's Systematic Theology. I imagine Longman's revision will have the new internal style too.

I didn't even know Waltke's OT Theology was going to be out this decade, never mind this year. His website sounded to me as if it's a long way off. Amazon-UK has a cover shot of it, and Zondervan is listing it on their website, but the US Amazon site isn't listing it at all. That's a little strange, isn't it?

This is going to be in the forthcoming revision of my commentary survey.

Acknowledgements

I would like to thank two fellow students at Dallas Theological Seminary who provided invaluable data-entry help for my first three self-published editions of my survey back in the day when I was a computer illiterate: John Day and Barry Gin.

Also, a debt is owed to Jeremy Pierce of the Parableman website for his comprehensive listing of forthcoming commentaries. (http://parablemania.ektopos.com/archives/2005/08/forthcoming_com.html).

I am further indebted to Dr. Robert Chisholm for my third-semester class on Hebrew exegesis. There, most students learned that gladhanding papers wouldn’t suffice. Dr. Chisholm taught me the meaning of true exegesis and that standard references are not always right.

BTW, Waltke's OT Theology will be out in Nov.

Thanks, John.

Thanks for the list. Here's another update:

R. P. Martin has completed 2 Corinthians for Cornerstone (NLT Commentary series). I have it in my hands right now. He will turn it in within 3 weeks.

He is also working on the WBC revision of 2 Corinthians, due to publisher summer '08

Hey, Jonathan, wonderful work. And thanks for posting updates on my commentary surveys. I have one suggestion. If you would like to make your website even more helpful, you could post the same info above in a book by book fashion.

John Glynn, when is your revision coming out?

Lane Keister

Jonathan? Did you mean me?

Last I knew John's review was coming out in 2007, but I don't know more specifically when it will be. Since it's pretty much done, I imagine it will be early in the year.

Oops, sorry Jeremy. I did mean you.

The listing by book rather than series is here.

My revised survey may be out by national ETS in November. They're typesetting it now. It'll bre a bout 25% longer (400+ pages). Thanks for asking, Lane. Jeremy, grteat work on listing the commentaries by book. You are truly a brother-in-arms.

I've since added a website exclusively devoted to a review of 2006 Bibles and Bible Reference which will be updated annually at http://mysite.verizon.net/vzeojt6o/2006biblesandbiblereference

Daniel Hawk on Joshua (NIVAC) has been reassigned back to Robert Hubbard. I got this straight from the horse's (Zondervan) mouth.

Regarding Psalms 2 (NIVAC): It was discovered after Wilson died that he had actually done very little, so Grant is essentially starting from scratch. Thus, the designated author, as far as I know right now, will be only Jamie Grant (M.A. Reformed Theological Seminary, Ph.D. University of Gloucestershire),Lecturer in Biblical Studies at Highland Theological College, Dingwall, Scotland.

Hall Harris, who has already published an unheralded commentary on 1-3 John (Biblical Studies Press, 2003), has now produced An Exegetical Commentary on John which is available free online at http://www.bible.org/page.asp?page_id=1149

Though not as daunting as the decline of the nuclear family in society, an area of particular concern for the church is the decline in literacy. Indeed, many Christian colleges now require English of incoming freshman who typically demonstrate an eighth-grade command of the language. Pastors present and future are increasingly faced with the temptation to “dumb-down” messages while, at the same time, remaining culturally relevant.

How does the present state of Christian publishing relate to the church’s predicament? First, and most positively, the quality of Christian resources has never been better. Particularly in the past 15 years, evangelicals have caught up with liberals in providing topflight exegetical and expositional commentaries and references. Second, there have also been a burgeoning development of applicational commentaries to aid pastors in illustrations.

In our seminaries, students have been the chief benefactors of this upward trend, being better-schooled than at any other time in American and British religious history. What stands in the way of this advance?

First and foremost (and forgive me if you fall into this category), too many pulpits are filled by pastors who lack the gift of preaching, and have not yet been able to avail themselves of the advances in our scholarship. Of course, this is being partly remediated by the progress of seminarians who are now graduating to larger pulpits. However, politically, the drafting of the most capably academic and spiritually-gifted seminarians is still prevented by a system that still rewards experience over ability.

It is understandable why a pulpit committee would be reluctant to appoint the inexperienced over against the safer choices. But the consequence is the perpetuation of mediocrity. What purpose the rapid advance of scholarship if its effects are not allowed to trickle down?

Those spiritually gifted to preach who are better-trained than any of their predecessors should be the guardians of how best to communicate a culturally relevant message to an increasingly illiterate constituency. It’s been my job to suggest the best references. It’s the church’s job to place men in the pulpit who will benefit from them.

I am pretty sure that Michael O'Connor is doing Esther for Hermeneia, not Michael Fox.

John Evans' commentary review has the Esther Hermeneia listed for Fox. Do you have anything to suggest that your information is more reliable (i.e. from the publisher, series editor, or author)? Evans is not always right on forthcoming commentaries, but I believe he doesn't list anything unless he gets it from a pretty reliable source.

I have Michael O'Connnor on Esther, which I'm pretty sure I got from editor Paul Hanson. Also, I recall Fox telling me he turned down Hermeneia assignment because he's already written much on Esther.

Gus Konkel, professor of Hebrew at Providence Theological Seminary in Manitoba, has written one of the most paradigmatic (at times) applicational commentaries in the NIVAC series (Zondervan) in 1 & 2 Kings. Though typically associated with Chronicles-Esther, Konkel follows the Hebrew pattern of associating Kings with Joshua, Judges, and Samuel. He truly shows how Kings is prophetic literature, not just history. Not only is Konkel the cleanest manuscript I've ever proofread, but in various moments his eloquence is absolutely transcendant. Check out pp. 316-19. A masterpiece of application!

Sounds great, John. Any idea when this will be out? Amazon isn't listing it yet, as far as I can tell, so I'm guessing it's still a little ways off.

Also, how long is it? Arnold on Samuel is much longer than Hill on Chronicles (though part of that is because there's less to say on the genealogies in an applicational commentary).

I should have mentioned, Zondervan promises Konkel by the Nov. ETS. It'll be 650 pp. Also, ordinarily I’m not one to recommend books on Christian culture, but here is a book every Christian should read. Jeffery Sheler, a fundamentalist turned mainstreamer, visits Saddleback Church, Wheaton College, the Creation festival (an outdoor contemporary Christian rock/folk fest), political operatives in Washington, and goes on a mission trip to Guatemala with a youth group. Believers: A Journey into Evangelical America (Viking) is much more fair than Randall Balmer’s Mine Eyes Have Seen the Glory, positing that there’s a major disconnect between Christian leaders and moderately minded “common” folk. It's been positively endorsed by former ABC News religious correspondent and former DTS employee, Peggy Weymeyer.

Actually, Jeremy, Hill on Chronicles is longer. Hill has 699 pages (including indexes), and Arnold has 681. Actual text of commentary has Hill at 658 (minus the appendixes, which would add another 14 pages); Arnold at 653.

I discovered that after I wrote that comment. I'm not sure why I though Arnold was so much longer. Maybe it's because I've used it enough to make the cover really loose, while Hill is largely untouched still and thus fitting much more tightly to the pages. Hill really does look thinner on my shelf, but it's not as much as I had thought.

Check out http://mysite.verizon.net/vzeojt6o/esucommentaryandreferencrvey/id28.html for excerpts from commentaries and references to be included in sidebars for the forthcoming HCSB Student Bible (Broadman)

I just heard from Dr. Bob Chisholm that Allen Ross is indeed the commentator on Psalms for KECOT and that Duane Garrett will be doing Genesis.

Both Chisholm's Judges-Ruth and Ross's Psalms are due out sometime 2008.

For some reason your forthcoming commentary page seems to be compressed and writing on top itself, making it unreadable. I hope you are able to fix this since I find it really helpful.

Thanks,

Rev. Russ
Adams Center, NY

It looks fine to me. What browser are you using?

in the NAC series...

Exodus by Stuart is out...

Isaiah 1-33 is on preorder on Amazon by a different author than you have listed...Larry Walker, ISBN 0805401156

Also, 1 Corinthians is on preorder as well, and though crossed out on your list, the author is listed as George Guthrie...

Yes, I have Stuart's Exodus commentary. I've read about half of Stuart (through ch.19). It's excellent in almost every way, except that he hardly ever shows any recognition of Propp and Houtman, which are currently the two most important academic commentaries on Exodus. He does pay attention to all the other important works, and it's a great commentary in pretty much every other way.

I don't always remove commentaries from this list very quickly. One reason is that people may want to know about volumes that have just come out that they may not have heard about yet. I generally try to leave volumes in the list until at least six months after they come out. I usually indicate the date for volumes I know the date for, and then commentaries that are out will have some signal that they may already have appeared. Notice that I did this with Stuart (although in this case the month is wrong; it came out in June, not August).

Amazon is wrong on Larry Walker. It's Gary Smith, and it's coming out next year sometime. John Glynn got that information direct from the publisher. Amazon has been listing Walker since long before the change in contract. That entry is outdated.

George Guthrie told me that he gave up the NAC I Corinthians commentary due to not having enough time to do all the things he'd committed to doing. That one fell by the wayside. He's working on II Corinthians for BECNT right now, which is probably at least a few years off. I don't know who has been selected to do the NAC for I Corinthians. They may not even have reassigned it yet.

Dear Jeremy,

Thank you for your extensive ongoing conversation with the publishing world of Bible commentaries.

I mistakenly thought I had a pretty good grasp of the material, since I run a larger theological seminary bookstore in Germany and stock half the inventory in English. However, your work presents the daunting task of predicting the future in a way that's extremely usable.

Having just returned from the ETS and AAR-SBL conferences in Washington, and the endless piles of new titles in the publishers' exhibition, it was a blessing to stumble onto your website (and blog).

Many of my customers and interested colleagues will soon hear about your link.

The commentary list in the book-by-book format deserves must praise.

Many thanks, or "Vielen Dank" as they say in this part of the world.

Sincerely,
Ford Munnerlyn
FTA Books
Giessen, Germany

Thank's for the info, Its good to know that Amazon isn't necessarily reliable every time.

Thought you would like to know that WBC were selling David Clines’ commentary on Job 21-37 at the SBL conference a couple of weeks ago. It's over a thousand pages! A friend talked to Clines who said that the commentary on the last chapters of Job will be done next year. Whew, we don't have to wait another 15+ years!

It might still be October 2008 when we see the third volume. If he's planning to be done next year, then it will probably be another year after that before it's published. It takes about a year between the author's final manuscript and the publication date for this kind of serious academic volume.

Paul Jackson, a colleague of George Guthrie at Union University,is doing 1 Corinthians for the NAC. Ron Kernaghan (IVPNTC) on Mark, N. Kiuchi on Leviticus (Apollos), and the revised Matthew 1-7 by Ulrich Luz (Hermeneia) will appear shortly. John Currid's Deuteronomy in the EPSC series (Evangelical Press) has appeared.

He has only Numbers to complete his coverage of the Pentateuch (Gen 2 vols, Exodus 2 vols, Leviticus). This series is especially good for laymen.

I just rec'd Job by Samuel Balentine in the SHBC series (Smyht & Helwys). Moderately liberal,it's 750 pages in 8 x 11 format! Hard to believe he once taught at Southeastern Baptist Theo. seminary.

I've changed the page on page on my website for coverage of emerging 2007 titles. It's now http://mysite.verizon.net/vzeojt6o/esucommentaryandreferencrvey/id31.html

Fellas,
For your info, Michael F. Bird and Joel Willitts are writing the commentary on 1 & 2 Esdras for Brill's LXX commentary series.

The NAC volume on 1 Corinthians has been reassigned to Mark Taylor of Southwestern Baptist Theo. Seminary

I've seen very little discussion of the "Concordia Commentary" series. See the publisher's web site for a list of the currently available volumes. This takes a very strictly confessional approach, as is typical of the LCMS. I saw reviews of two of the volumes recently, in the Catholic Biblical Quarterly, which trashed the books for not showing enough respect for current Biblical scholars. Can anyone say more?

Fernando, I don't know much about this series except that it's Lutheran. It's not really discussed in detail in any of the commentary resources I have. Some might mention it without saying much about it, and some don't even mention it. It doesn't seem to be at the center of scholarly discussion, but I can't say any more than that.

Jeremy,

The NICNT's Matthew by Richard France will be available on April 15, 2007 according to Amazon.

That's not trustworthy enough for me, since Amazon often lists dates for years without something coming out. But I expect this just appeared there. I haven't seen it before, and a search of his name would have turned it up. Since it's not up at the Eerdmans site, and they do list some forthcoming books for April and May, I'm going to wait until I know of a confirmation from the publisher. Another source lists it for fall 2007.

Well, now Amazon's date fits your other source. The date is now August 2007

Nice work on that one.

Eerdmans has since confirmed that it's due out in August.

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Jeremy, thanks to the Lord for your great work on this compilation.

As a genre sensitive preacher, I think we need more commentaries on narrative books of the Bible which help the preacher do three things (1) select a proper self-contained unit, (2) determine the main point/purpose of the story, because (3) it is the main point of the narrative that we are to apply to life.

Too many commentaries focus only on the minute analysis of the text, which is very important, but don't provide much help in terms of meeting any (much less all) of the three needs identified above.

Many commentaries, such as NIVAC’s Genesis (Walton) and Luke (Bock) rarely state the main point/purpose of narrative passages and in their application sections their “applications” are almost always random thoughts and reflections, not real applications.

I see the greatest need, in terms of the 3 above stated needs of the preacher, with the books of Job and Acts (and some of the other smaller narratives like Ruth and Jonah).

As for Job, is the whole book one self-contained unit or can we legitimately derive points for application from smaller units? As for Acts, what is the main point for the stories in contains? Is it mainly "The Holy Spirit expands the church in this direction" or is there something more? It’s better to deal with the real main point, however seemingly bland and repetitive than to make up points and applications.

Of course, even many homileticians take the wrong approach here. Many approach the main point and application of narrative passages by first universalizing the plot line, then creating applications based on this hermeneutical error ("When you face the same/similar situation that biblical characters face in a story, God will respond to you the same/similar way he responded to them" (see the, in many ways very useful, book by Kent Edwards, Effective First-Person Biblical Preaching, pp. 64-67 and Steven Matthewson's The Art of Preaching Old Testament Narrative, pp. 104-107.

I should mention a few relatively good models: J.B. Green’s NICNT Luke and Longman’s NIVAC Daniel. I look forward to Green’s NICNT Acts.

What are your thoughts out there?

Some of the NIVAC volumes are better than others on that score. Jobes on Esther and Keener on Revelation are wonderful, and Blomberg on I Corinthians is good (although extremely brief). I suspect Enns on Exodus is good on this score, although he spends most of his time in the second and third sections talking about everywhere else in the Bible that talks about the issues he pulls out, which I find annoying and not the purpose of a commentary. Hill on Chronicles does seem much more random in picking out issues tangentially related to the text (but it's excellent on Original Meaning). So they vary by contributor.

Have you seen Leithart's new Kings commentary for Brazos? Carson's two-volume devotional For the Love of God does exactly what you want, but it doesn't cover every chapter, and it has to leave aside some issues for space reasons. I absolutely loved it, though.

I have heard lots of criticism of Green's NICNT on Luke. It's supposed to be good on narrative issues, but it often ignores most of what a good commentary will do. I suppose it might be helpful as a supplement to a standard commentary, but I wouldn't want to teach through Luke with just Green.

Thanks for your thoughts. I'll check out those commentaries. My biggest beef is with commentaries on purely narrative passages and books. What good is a commentary on Acts or any book if it covers everything but the author's intended purpose?

In Green's case, sure he needs to be supplemented for critical issues and exegetical papers, but as for the point of the passage and narrative effects, I thought he was terrific (at least in Luke 1-2). You could say he supplemented the other commentaries.

The following comment got rejected last night because of technical issues:

I just wanted to agree that Greene on Luke was helpful and add that Guthrie on Hebrews, Waltke on Proverbs, and Smith on Amos also dealt with the structure of the text in an excellent manner.

I also wished to comment that I have come to believe that it was more important to understand the literary structure than to merely do the diagramming which I was taught in seminary.

John C. Blackburn, pastorjohn at bible.org

Then in a second email, he said this also, which might be of interest:

FYI - I am preaching Dueteronomy right now and have been greatly impressed by Wright in the NIBC.

I just saw on Eisenbrauns' website that Fitzmyer is doing a replacement (?) volume on 1 Corinthians in AB due in the near future. Can anyone confirm?

Eisenbrauns is usually right about things like that, since they won't list it unless the publisher announces it to them, but this is the first I've heard of it. It's amazing how quickly he can produce such well-respected commentaries, even given that he's retired from teaching.

Jeremy,
Do you have any informations about revisions of WBC for: Tate (Psalms), Williamson (Ezra-Nehemiah), Goldingay (Daniel), Longenecker (Galatians) and William Lane (Hebrew)? If they will be revised, it’s better for me to wait until the revisions is finished. Thanks

I haven't heard anything about revisions for those volumes. That doesn't mean they're not doing them, but the fact that I've heard about a bunch and not those is some evidence that they're not doing them all that soon. Their most recent update to the list is here, but I know it's incomplete, since it doesn't have Smalley's I-III John revisions, which I believe is due out late this year.

it appears that Gordon Fee is replacing Leon Morris' nicnt commentary on 1-2 thessalonians after he finishes his galatians commentary...Does anyone know for certain?

http://paulineperspectivesoldnewfresh.blogspot.com/2006/08/gordon-fees-latest-on-paul.html

read the conversation (i believe the second one) on the comments section of the site listed above

II Peter and Jude, Peter Davids (series, if any, unknown but on the Greek text; see here for details)
THE ANSWER:
(Baylor Handbook on the Greek New Testament series)
also includes Mark-Rodney Decker
Colossians/Philemon, Michael Holmes and Cathy Wright
Philippians, J. Ross Wagner
Ephesians, William Larkin
1 Peter, Mark Dubis
1 Corinthians, Roger Omanson
Galatians, Tom Schreiner
Hebrews, Cindy Westfall
James, A. K. M. Adam
Romans, Stan Porter
Luke, Mike Parsons and Martin Culy

regards Chris Tb

Chris, it looks as if this series isn't really commentaries but more grammatical handbooks, according to the Amazon reviews of the Acts and I-III John volumes that are already out. Would you agree with that?

Yes, I think they are more interested in grammatical minutae...I only send the info because of the reference to Peter Davids preparing a Greek commentary....

Sandy Richter (Asbury) is doing the Two Horizons on Deuteronomy

regards Chris ten Broeke

Hi Jeremy,

Thank you very much for the information about forthcoming coomentaries: You can add for the list of Old Testament Library (OTL):
Genesis- David L. Petersen (Replacement)
Judges - Susan Niditch - (Replacement)
Jeremiah - Leslie C. Allen - (Replacement)

Thanks again,

Daniel

More Forthcoming Old Testament Commentaries:

Dear Jeremy,

You may kindly add for the list several Old Testament Commentaries:

International Critical Commentary (ICC):
Proverbs: Jan Joosten
Ecclessiastes: Stuart A. Weeks
Isaiah 28-39: John A. Emerton
Lamentations: Robert Salters
Daniel: Brian Mastin

Hermeneia Commentary:
Proverbs: Bernd Schipper.

Best wishes,

Daniel

Jeremy, according to this page:

http://personal.ashland.edu/~ddesilva/index_files/page0012.htm

David deSilva is the one who will be replace Fung on Galatians...though 2010 is still a ways away.

There are some more updates to the LXXC (Commentary on the Septuagint, Brill) at http://brill.nl/m_catalogue_sub6_id21645.htm

Jeremy,
Bartholomew's Ecclesiastes commentary in the BCOTWP series will be released in Jan, 2009 (Goldingay's 3rd vol. on Psalms will come out even before that).

btw, Jeremy, where did you get your info for the Two Horizons commentary series and how up-to-date is it?

I can't remember. Some of it might have come from their own website. I know some of it came from faculty websites promoting forthcoming works, and some came from people leaving comments here of similar information they found (or from the mouth of the person writing it). John Glynn used to be a great source, since he had contacts with publicity people with most of the important publishers. Search the comments above and on the other post that orders this same information by book, and you'll find some of that. It's possible some came from someone who emailed it to me who is in the know. Some of it might not be all that recent, since I don't remember where it all came from.

I think Robin Parry has recently submitted a manuscript on Lamentations for this series. If I hear more I will let you know.

Dear Jeremy,
Greetings from Australia
Brueggemann on Genesis belong to a series on Old Testament like Tom Wright's on NT

Acclaimed Scholar Walter Brueggemann to Edit the Old Testament . . . For Everyone


The Old Testament volumes will debut in 2008. Eighteen volumes are currently planned, with Brueggemann authoring the two-volume commentary on Genesis. The books will be aimed primarily at laity and students, though—as with Wright’s volumes on the New Testament— clergy will find them quite helpful as well.

LXXC (Commentary on the Septuagint, Brill):
Isaiah J.Ross Wagner

regards

Chris tB, Marketing Koorong Books

I was in class with Martin Culy last week and he mentioned that the Luke commentary (BHGNT) should be out in September 2008.

Dear Jeremy,

I would like to inform you about a developing commentary series with joint authors from Asia and the 'west' Asia Bible Commentary Series. It is good to know serious scholarship is being done in Asia (outside of Europe and North America)

AVAILABLE:
Ezra-Nehemiah by Dr. Joseph Shao and Dr. Rosa Shao
• Song of Songs by Dr. Andrew Huang and Rev. Samuel Go
• Daniel by Dr. Tim Meadowcroft and Rev. Nate Irwin
• Gospel According to John by Dr. Jey Kanagaraj and Rev. Ian Kemp
• Acts by Dr. Robert Shade and Dr. Bruce Nicholls
• Ephesians by Dr. Brian Wintle and Dr. Ken Gnanakan
• Colossians and Philemon by Dr. Bruce Nicholls and Dr. Brian Wintle
• 1 Timothy by Prof. Paul Trebilco and Dr. Simon Rae
• 1 Peter by Dr. Greg Forbes and Dr. Jason Lim


ABC Volumes Expected in 2008: Leviticus (Philippines), Judges (Philippines), Isaiah (Japan), Hosea (Bethlehem), Mark (Singapore), 1 Thessalonians (Sri Lanka) and Revelation (Taiwan).

IN PROGRESS Athena Evelyn Gorospe is associate professor in Old Testament Studies at Asian Theological Seminary in Manila, Philippines. She is currently working on a commentary on the book of Judges for the Asia Bible Commentary series.

LARRY J WATERS Asia Bible Commentary Series: The Book of Job. A joint venture with Dr. Mona Bias (Ph.D. Dallas Seminary, in OT Studies). Work in progress

ANDREW SHEAD Moore College Sydney (PhD Cambridge:Jeremiah) Commentary on the books of Jeremiah and Lamentations for the Asia Bible Commentary Series

Chris tenBroeke,
Marketing, Koorong Books, Adelaide Australia

Looks like the TOTC volume on Esther will be replaced with a new one by Debra Reid:

http://www.ivpress.com/cgi-ivpress/book.pl/code=4213

They're also listing a bunch of others from the original authors, but it doesn't say if it's a new cover with the same contents or an actual revision. This is an awful lot of volumes to be coming out at once if they're all revisions. But if they're not revisions, why are they listing them with new publication dates?

I was hoping that they would be revisions, but since some of the authors are now dead, it looks like they are just being reprinted. Only a couple appear to have new authors. (by the way, you can look at the whole series by incrementing the number on the end of the URL if you are interested. the pages you get to may just be placeholders though so I guess it is possible that there will be more revised volumes in the end)

Well, Morris died recently enough that it's possible he did a revision that they've been sitting on.

The entries are probably unchanged from the original ones, because the series entry still has Baldwin listed for Esther. The link does go to the new one by Reid, though, so they're using the same URL location for the new ones as they update the page. The Ezra-Nehemiah page still has Kidner listed as the author, and I know that one's being replaced by Mark Boda.

You said a few authors are new? The only one I see is Reid. Who else did you see?

Has Fitzmeyer's AB volume on 1 Cor come out yet? I haven't been able to find it online (though with only a minimal amount of effort) and was wondering if there was some sort of delay.

I haven't heard anything. Some publishers list publication dates far enough ahead of time that they're totally unreliable, and that's especially true with detailed academic works that might take longer to put together than the publisher hopes.

Yale Press (who is now publishing the Anchor volumes) is listing the publication date at Aug 4, 2008.

Here's a forthcoming series of sociorhetorical commentaries: http://www.deopublishing.com/rhetoricofreligiousantiquity.htm

Jeremy, I don't know if you've seen this, but thought I'd shoot you the link. It's a new series that will be published by Wipf & Stock. A couple of these look really interesting.

http://euangelizomai.blogspot.com/2008/05/new-commentary-series-on-new-testament.html

No, I hadn't seen that before. I'll have to add it.

Jeremy, great work with this blog!

Lindsay Wilson's Job commentary in the Two Horizon's series will be written over the next six months, publishing in 2009 I believe.

Lindsay teaches at Ridley College where I study and he will be on study leave during semester 2.

Cheers

Updates to your Preach the Word series:

James Grant will write on Thessalonians.

Jim Hamilton will write on Revelation.

Both look like they're still some time away though!

The blog at http://ancienthebrewpoetry.typepad.com/ lists the AYB Proverbs commentary due to be in print in the spring.

This is a fantastic post and I read it with great interest. Thank you for all the work you invested compiling it.
Todd Price
Sarajevo, Bosnia

I see that Jacqueline Lapsley is assigned to Ezekiel for OTL. Cf. bibliography in Paul Joyce's new commentary. JRG

Hey, what's the story with I-II Peter and Jude, Donald Senior and Danel Harrington (Oct 2008)?

I've already got this commentary, is this an update or revision?

Thanks, sean D.

Oh, I see what happened. I received an announcement about the paperback and took it to be a new release. I better remove that. What's strange is that the information I had before this announcement had different authors doing these books. I must have received that information after 2002, when the hardcover was published, because I didn't even start blogging until late 2003. Weird.

This site says Fox's Proverbs commentary will be available June 15, 2009.
http://yalepress.yale.edu/yupbooks/book.asp?isbn=9780300142099

FYI, Peterson's Acts commentary in the Pillar series is due out late March. http://www.eerdmans.com/shop/product.asp?p_key=9780802837318

The faculty bio for Stephen Geller professor of Bible at the Jewish Theological Seminary of America says:

"He is currently completing a commentary on the Book of Psalms for the Hermeneia series of commentaries."

The URL is:

http://jtsa.edu/Academics/Faculty_Profiles/Stephen_A_Geller_Bio.xml?ID_NUM=100176

I will leave it to you to sort out whether this is in place of or in addition to:

Psalms 1-50, Frank-Lothar Hossfeld and Erich Zenger
Psalms 101-150, Frank-Lothar Hossfeld and Erich Zenger

Thanks for all of your effort in maintaining this list of Bible commentaries

I'm not sure what that means. I'm pretty sure Hossfeld and Zenger have actually published all three volumes in German, so it's just a matter of completing the translation for them to be published in English. I'd be surprised if the publisher has decided not to do that, because the first volume has been well-received, and the German work was well-received before that.

I do know that this series isn't above putting out two different commentaries on the same book. The only instances when it's done this is when they have an older classic that's still a standard but wanted to do a new one with a very different approach, and then they keep both in print. They've done this for Amos, for instance. Maybe they've decided to do that in a case where both commentaries are more recent.

On the other hand, it's possible he's just listed the wrong series, or maybe he had a contract with them and no longer does but hasn't updated his website. There's no sure way to know without asking him or the publisher.

Is it possible that "I Corinthians, Andrew D. Clarke (2009)" could be released in 2009? Surely if it has only recently been reassigned, it would take a while?

Just curious...

I'm just reporting the date Thomas Nelson is listing on their website. I don't know if we can have a good idea of when it was reassigned, though. Just because they're now getting around to reporting on their website that it's been reassigned doesn't mean the reassignment just occurred. It's been a long time since it was reassigned to Belleville, and I don't know how long they gave her before moving to someone else (or before she voluntarily backed out, whichever took place).

I have just had the honour of interviewing George Guthrie. He mentioned that his commentary on 2 Corinthians in the BECNT Will out by the end of summer 2010.
See here http://www.midbible.ac.uk/content/view/158/1/

Thanks for the link! He actually says he's looking at finishing it by the end of next summer, which means it will probably be out by around the same time the next year, 2001. Publishers take a full year to get this kind of academic book into print once they have the final copy in their hands, even after all editing is complete.

peter o'brien's hebrews commentary won't be out until early 2010 - he said it is finished and the publishers have it, but there is a backlog at eerdmans.

bruce

I just got a copy of John McHugh on John 1-4 in the ICC. He has passed away and they turned in all that he had into that volume (which did not include an introduction), so it's safe to say he won't be writing the rest.

Greetings, if it's a mistake to note that Hermeneia will publish two commentaries on 2 Corinthians? Does one of these perhaps refer to 1 Corinthians, as the old Conzellmann one would be good to update.

Just checking.

II Corinthians, D. Georgi??
2 Corinthians, Margaret M. Mitchell??

Thanks, sean D.

As far as I know, each source meant to list a commentary on I Corinthians, so one of them is probably not doing it anymore. I don't remember where I got each from, so I don't know for sure which was the first one I had heard about. But I suppose it's possible that one had listed it as II Cor when it was I Cor.

Hey Jeremy

Dieter Georgi died in 2005, so Margaret Mitchell has now taken over and will write 2 Corinthians in that series.

Apparently Jonathan Pennington of Southern Seminary has agreed to work on the Pillar commentary for Matthew, replacing Leon Morris. (Source here)

Thomas Nelson has posted that you will not be able to collect all the WBCNT until 2013. Posting that Vol. 37a Acts will be in Nov. 2011, and Vol. 37b Acts will be in Nov. 2013 along with the Vol. 39 I Corinthians.

Just to let you known Amazon has John Goldingay as the author of two volumes on Genesis in Old Testament for Everyone Series edited by Walter Brueggemann

tremper longman informed me that his job commentary for baker won't be out until the end of 2011

Clinton Arnold's faculty page lists the ZEC Ephesians as coming out this year (2010):
http://www.biola.edu/faculty/profiles/profile.cfm?n=clinton_arnold

Mark, I've been aware of that, and I used to have it in here, but I received some information that it was still a long way off, so I removed it. I've put it back in as "originally projected for 2010".

Hi Jeremy,

Have you seen this new commentary series?
http://www.ntresources.com/Mark_EEC.htm

Also, are you planning to spring clean your forthcoming list at any point? Some have been available for a couple of years. (not that I'm complaining - this is one of my favourite blog posts of all time & I visit regularly)

That one's completely new to me, so thanks.

I tend to be more interested in making sure newer information gets added than I am in removing ones that are out. One of the reasons is that I'm faster to add things here than I am to the posts I've done on individual series, because it's harder to locate the pages to edit them, and this one is saved in my bookmarks. I don't want to lose the information, and if I just delete it I might not get it into one of those pages, and then I don't have the contributors to all the volumes. So I prioritize keeping information over keeping this page limited just to still-forthcoming volumes. I should try to clean it up sometime, but I don't think I'll be able to devote a long period of time all at once.

looks like BST might be moving towards finally finishing off the OT (although still no sign of the two volumes you list)

The Message of Esther (David Firth) - projected Oct 2010
http://www.ivpress.com/cgi-ivpress/book.pl/code=2433

The Message of Obadiah, Nahum and Zephaniah (Gordon Bridger) - projected Dec 2010
http://www.ivpress.com/cgi-ivpress/book.pl/code=2434

Also, looks like we can expect the Apollos OT volume on Ecclesiastes and Song of Songs in July (IVP UK are saying February):
http://www.ivpress.com/cgi-ivpress/book.pl/code=2515


Anchor Yale Bible. Ronald Hendel he Genesis Replacement volume 1 is listed for 2008. Well, 2008 has come and gone; ditto for 2009. Do you have any newer information?

Michael Fox's Proverbs 10-31 has been published.

Duane Christensen's Nahum has been published.

Moshe Weinfeld pass away in April, 2009. Is there any word about re-assignment of the balance of Deuteronomy?

The same applies to his Numbers in the Hermenia series.

In response to my inquiry Cambridge University Press replied that Baruch Halpern's Jeremiah will be available at the end of 2010 at the earliest

Thanks for the info.

I haven't heard anything further on Hendel. His most recent online CV says the volume on chs.1-11 is in progress. It doesn't give an expected completion or publication date. These things are notoriously hard to predict.

I haven't heard anything at all about a successor for Weinfeld. My first thought at seeing that was that Jacob Milgrom was completing it, but I looked and discovered that it's Greenberg's Ezekiel that he's finishing. He'd be a good person if they can get him to do Deuteronomy after that, but I haven't heard anything.

I explain two comments up why I quickly add new information to this list but don't remove it quickly.

Looks like Chris Wright is going to replace the BST Jeremiah volume, which explains how they are going to cover Lamentations. Judging by his other work, it should be a good one.

http://www.kingsdivinity.org/theological-articles/interview-with-chris-wright

"I'm also working on a commentary on Jeremiah and Lamentations in the Bible Speaks Today (BST) series similar to my work on Ezekiel. It may be a couple of years before that comes out."

But he said that at the end of 2008, I'm assuming (because he was anticipating the Jan 2009 release of his last book). So it might be out relatively soon.

There finally is a release date for Carson's Revised EBC volume on Matthew. Volumes 9 and 4 are due in November this year.

http://www.zondervan.com/Cultures/en-US/Search/Search.htm?SearchValue=expositor%27s&SearchContent=Products&SearchMode=Simple&QueryStringSite=Zondervan#

Also, Don Garlington didn't end up writing the Revised EBC on Galatians. That was done in the end by Robert Keith Rapa.

(sorry if I'm annoying you with too many comments!)

Hi Jeremy,

According to his webpage, Moo was supposed to finish writing his Galatians commentary in the BECNT series by last month.

Allen Ross's Psalms commentary for KECOT looks like it will come out 12/01/10 according to this link.

http://www.christianbook.com/psalms-volume-1-allen-ross/9780825425622/pd/425622?item_code=WW&netp_id=828156&event=ESRCN&view=details

Hi Jeremy,

According to Amazon, Anthony Thiselton has a forthcoming volume in the Blackwell Bible Commentary series on 1 + 2 Thessalonians. It's due to be out at the end of December.

Did you read the blurbs? Since it seems most likely to me that Galatians is Paul's earliest surviving letter, I'm curious whether it's Thiselton himself or just the person writing the editorial blurb who thinks the Thessalonian letters are Paul's first epistles. That's a pretty controversial statement to unload into an innocent little blurb plugging a book unless the author of the book himself endorses the claim, but Thiselton doesn't seem to me to be the type to go for the North Galatian, anti-Acts, late-date theory.

I suppose I should register my objection here while I'm on this to calling that series commentaries. They aren't really commentaries on the biblical text. They're more summaries of commentaries across the ages. It's more comparable to the Ancient Christian Commentary on Scripture from InterVarsity, except that you're not getting the primary sources directly. You're getting a commentator from our day reporting to us in our own language and conceptual scheme what the earlier commentators had to say. There are strengths and weaknesses of both, I suppose, but I prefer commentaries proper to commentaries on commentaries. Of course, many academic commentaries that are supposed to be commentaries proper are really almost commentaries on commentaries anyway.

I'll check his intro to Paul when I get home. I don't think he dates Galatians late though (interestingly Fee does). The blurb did say his early letters, not his earliest, so there's still room for Galatians to be among the early ones.

I actually haven't looked at this series yet. They've never had one out on a book that I was studying at the time. I wish they were a little cheaper. I do use the ACCS series in my Galatians study. I like it. I actually think that this could be an excellent resource. Thiselton did this type of thing to a smaller degree in his 1 Corinthians commentary and I really enjoyed it there. I think that there is some folly in only reading commentaries from the near past, but I understand why some pastors don't because of the constraints of time.

Woops, I misread the blurb and see where it says that these are Paul's first two letters. I'll definitely double check his Pauline intro when I get home. :)

So Thiselton does put 1 and 2 Thessalonians first. Galatians follows them somewhere between 52-55 on Paul's third missionary journey. He dates 1 Corinthians in 53 (these dates come from a little table at the start of the book). He's very non-commital on the North/South Galatian hypothesis and there is no sustained discussion of the matter (he refers people to read Bruce for more info).

According to Kregel's website--see under CATALOGS--Allen Ross's first volume on the Psalms (1-72 [992 pages!]) will be available January 31, 2011.
www.kregel.com/ME2/dirsect.asp?sid=9979A7C6E8214AACB371C117B49521C6&nm=CATALOGS

The controversy surrounding gal’s date and destination is indeed a very confusing issue, and even scholarly discussions are often unclear (partly because of apologetic interests re historicity of Acts). Anyway, scholars are divided according to 3 dating possibilities:
1. early, pre-council dating (Gal2=Acts11), ca. AD48, making Gal the earliest Pauline letter; requires S Gal
2. early, post-council dating (Gal2=Acts15), early AD 50s, slightly later than or contemporary with Thess letters; requires S. Gal
3. late, post-council dating (Gal2=Acts15), mid AD 50s, same time frame as Cor and Rom; can be S Gal or N Gal.

As you can see, holding a South gal theory does not in itself determine the dating at all. However, Jeremy Pierce seems to have made the following identifications:
(A) south gal = an early, pre-council dating (i.e. option one).
(B) An early date = pre-council dating.
These are popular—but INCORRECT. The fact is, S. gal does NOT imply an early date; it only ALLOWS an early date; whereas N Gal will only allow a late date. Moreover, even when one accepts an early date, it can be pre-council (acts 11 = Gal 2) or post-council (acts 15 = gal 2). Conversely, if you hold to a post-council dating, it does not commit you to accepting N Gal. The issue of date and destination is related but far from identical.
In fact, quite a number of prominent evangelicals hold to a late date (option 3) but do not commit to either a South or North gal destination (e.g. Silva, Fee, Garland).

Apart from very conservative evangelicals, hardly any scholars accept option one. Scholars like Dunn prefer S Gal and an early date, but hold option two (i.e. post-council). So they hold Gal to be early, but not the earliest. Dunn identifies Gal 2 with Acts 15 rather than Acts 11.
Interestingly, the 2 relatively recent books on Paul published by Moody and Holman (which are very conservative publishers) argue for late dating, but one prefers S Gal (Picirilli) and the other prefers N Gal (Polhill). And judging from recent publication, I think evangelical scholars are less committed to option 1.
My general impression is that 1) for non- and moderate evangelicals, about 60% hold to N Gal (R Brown says it is still the dominant theory among scholars, though of course he disregards evangelical scholars), 20% S and 20% non-commital, but they are almost unanimous in post-council dating, and 2) for conservative evangelicals (i.e. who have high regard for Acts’ historicity), perhaps as many as 70% argue for S Gal with pre-council dating.

This is a comment on a post about forthcoming commentaries, not a debate about theories of when different books were written. If it had been the latter, I would have discussed the issue much more substantially and without the shorthand of paying heed to the most common views while ignoring minority views. I'm certainly aware of the possible combinations of views.

Do you consider Ben Witherington and F.F. Bruce very conservative evangelicals? I do not. Bruce seems to me to be more aptly called a moderate conservative, and Witherington is a swing voter between being on the moderate liberal end (for an evangelical) and between being a mainstream conservative (for an evangelical). Yet both take the view that you say is only held by very conservative evangelicals.

I can see how you might think that of Doug Moo and Don Carson, although I consider them moderates. Both accept the TNIV, for example, and both are open to some aspects of the New Perspective, even if both are critical of some of the NPP's major claims. That would be enough to anathematize them among the very conservative. Both are willing to make reasonable qualifications to inerrancy based on how the biblical texts actually interpret each other, while still insisting on using the term "inerrancy". Walter Kaiser is someone I'd be more inclined to call very conservative. John MacArthur would be even more conservative than Kaiser.

I think you underestimate how many people hold the first view, probably because, like Brown, you are ignoring just how many biblical scholars there are who hold to the historicity of Acts. It was eye-opening to see Hoehner chronicle how many scholars held to Pauline authorship of Ephesians. It turned out to be 50%. Yet most scholars who denied Pauline scholarship took their view to be the consensus among scholars, which they could only do by entirely ignoring the view they happen to disagree with and pretending such scholars don't count.

It strikes me that the only real arguments for other views on the Galatians date issue make implausible or at least unmotivated assumptions. But this isn't really the place to have this discussion. I was just expressing my disappointment.

I wasn't going to touch this since it's a post on forthcoming commentaries, but I too found your comment about a late date for Galatians being 'anti-Acts' a little puzzling. I attempted to harmonize a late date for Galatians while taking Acts seriously here if you want to see how I argue (and not bog down this post).

I'll just say that I'm in complete agreement with cousin Danny, who presented everything I would have said in those comments as well or better than I would have. I'm not convinced that you can really fit a late date to the Acts account convincingly. I wasn't trying to say that every scholar who holds to a late date is anti-Acts in terms of their actual views. I do think that anyone holding to a late date is going against what we should believe if we take Acts to be truthful.

International Critical Commentaries (ICC) :

Genesis 1-11 - John Day
Leviticus - Joachim Schaper
Amos - Robert Gordon

Matthew, Galatians and Ephesians in the ZEC series are all slated for release this year on the Zondervan website.

Wow, different color schemes. My guess is they've got red for the general epistles (and perhaps Revelation?), blue for Paul's epistles, and green for the gospels (and maybe Acts). I liked the red for James, so these others are going to have to grow on me.

Amazon is showing a release date of October 10 for Fee's Revelation commentary in the NCCS series.

Hey Jeremy- quite a few blogs have come up on the new series Regula Fidei(Zondervan)

authors so far
Sermon on the Mount ( Scot mcKnight (editor)
Romans (Michael Bird-
2 Corinthians (Love L. Sechrest)
Galatians (Joel Willits)
Philippians (Lynn Cohick)
James (John Dickson)

I guess whn contracts are done- Scot McKnight and Micheal Bird can fill in the blanks

Chris
Marketing, Koorong

Thanks for an informative website.
You might also like to include the New Beacon Bible Commentary.
My volume on Ecclesiastes Lamentations appeared this year (2010).

Jeremy,

I recently contacted Concordia Publishing about their Concordia Commentary Series. Here are the authors for the forthcoming volumes:

Genesis: David L. Adams (Concordia Seminary [i.e. St. Louis])
Exodus: Paul L. Schrieber (Concordia Seminary)
Numbers: Nathan R. Jastram (Luther Seminary, Adelaide, Australia)
Deuteronomy: Adolph L. Harstad (Bethany Lutheran Theological Seminary)
Judges: Mark E. Braun (Wisconsin Lutheran College)
1, 2 Kings: Walter A. Maier III (Concordia Theological Seminary, Ft. Wayne)
1, 2 Chronicles: Daniel L. Gard (Concordia Theological Seminary, Ft. Wayne)
Psalms: Timothy E. Saleska (Concordia Seminary)
Ecclesiastes: James G. Bollhagen (Grace Lutheran Church)
Isaiah 1-12: Andrew H. Bartelt (Concordia Seminary)
Isaiah 13-39: Paul R. Raabe (Concordia Seminary)
Isaiah 40-55: R. Reed Lessing (Concordia Seminary)
Isaiah 56-66: R. Reed Lessing (Concordia Seminary)
Jeremiah, Lamentations: Dean O. Wenthe (Concordia Theological Seminary, Ft. Wayne)
Joel: Thomas P. Nass (Martin Luther College, New Ulm, MN)
Nahum, Habakkuk, Zephaniah: Russell D. Nelson (Concordia University, Edmonton, Alberta)
Matthew: Jeffrey A. Gibbs (Concordia Seminary)
Mark: James W. Voelz (Concordia Seminary)
John: William C. Weinrich (Concordia Theological Seminary, Ft. Wayne)
Acts: Jeffrey A. Oschwald (Concordia Seminary)
Romans: Michael P. Middendorf (Concordia University, Irvine, CA)
2 Corinthians: Vilson Scholz (Seminario Concordia, Sao Leopoldo, Brazil)
Galatians: A. Andrew Das (Elmhurst College, Elmhurst, IL)
Ephesians: Thomas M. Winger (Concordia Lutheran Theological Seminary, St. Catherines, Ontario)
Philippians: John G. Nordling (Concordia Theological Seminary, Ft. Wayne)
1, 2 Thessalonians: Charles A. Gieschen (Concordia Theological Seminary, Ft. Wayne)
1 Peter: Dale A. Meyer (Concordia Seminary)
1, 2, 3 John: Bruce G. Schuchard (Concordia Seminary)
2 Peter, Jude: Curtis P. Giese (Concordia Seminary)

As to publication dates, this is from an e-mail reply:
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For Isaiah, we anticipate publishing four volumes on this large and important book. Dr. R. Reed Lessing has completed the volume on Isaiah 40-55, and we expect that it will be in print by December 2011. Dr. Lessing has begun writing on Isaiah 56-66, but his due date is seven years from now. Although the plans for Isaiah 1-39 are not firm yet, we expect that Dr. Andrew Bartelt and Dr. Paul Raabe will contribute commentary on chapters 1-39.

Dr. Michael Middendorf is hard at work on Romans 1-8. He may be done in about 4 years. After he completes that volume, we expect to contract him for Romans 9-16.

Dr. Andrew Das is our contracted author for Galatians. We hope that he may be done in about 3 years.
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From what I have read of Andrew Steinmann's Daniel, I have generally enjoyed it (with a few disagreements). Steve Hays at Triablogue and Jim Hamilton have both said the same thing. This is a very conservative commentary series that defends inerrancy, and so, if someone wants a proven conservative resource this might be a place to look.

Hey Jeremy

Just a few alterations and updates that I have noticed

Bruce Winter sadly is not doing 1 Corinthians in the NCC (New Covenant Commentary):it is now bnearly in press by 1 Corinthians (New Covenant Commentary Series) By B. J. Oropeza


With respect to ZEC I H Marshall is no longer doing John but
Edward (Mickey) Klink holds a PhD in New Testament from the University of St. Andrews, and is currently associate professor of New Testament at Talbot School of Theology, Biola University, John in the Zondervan Exegetical Commentary on the New Testament series (Zondervan, 2014).

Exodus: An Exegetical Commentary by Victor P. Hamilton produced by Baker unsure whether it is part of (Baker Commentary on the Old Testament Pentateuch not listed in your sets as yet) But William Tooman is definitely doing Leviticus. Baker Commentary on the Old Testament: Pentateuch. Eds. Christopher Seitz and Kenton Sparks (Baker Academic) Paula Gooder is no longer doing (2 Corinthians)in Blackwell series

kind regards
Chris
Marketing Kooroong Australia

I noticed that the Jewish Publication Society (JPS) commentary on Ruth (Tikva Frymer-Kensky and Tamar Cohn Eskenazi) is being offered by stores, e.g., Barnes & Noble, for shipment at the end of July this year.

I also noticed that the Berit Olam commentary on Job (Edward Greenstein) is being offered by a store (Book Depository) for delivery in August of this year.

Hey Jeremy,

If you haven't seen this yet, there's very little information on this series at the moment, but Eerdmans is starting a new series (The Bible in Medieval Tradition). There's one volume out now on Galatians and no information on Eerdman's site on future volumes.

Tamara Cohn Eskenzi and Tikva Frymer-Kensky commentary on Ruth (JPS Bible Commentary) was just released last month.

Scott McKnight is doing a replacement NICNT volume on Colossians & Philemon:

http://www.patheos.com/community/jesuscreed/2011/11/16/joel-green-editor-nicnt/

Hi Jeremy,

Any information as to when Richard Schultz's Apollos Old Testament Commentary on Isaiah is to be released?

Regards
Russ Taylor

I haven't got any information on that series other than what's here. Sorry.

Everett Fox' second volume in the Shocken Bible will be released at the end of February, 2014. The Early Prophets: Joshua, Judges, Samuel I and II, Kings I and II. Volume I, the Pentateuch was published in 1995.

I (B.P. Hall) am writing a two-volume commentary on Galatians. The first volume should be published within 1-2 months! Both volumes will be published into the brand new "Scholar's Commentary on the New Testament" (SCNT) series. Many more posts like this are sure to follow as I write more and more commentaries.

P.S. Does anyone know how to add commentaries to the "Forthcoming and Unreleased" commentaries on bestcommentaries.com?

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