Just a quick update to say that I have finally updated my commentaries page. It is at a new location now as I have rewritten it using .NET in a way that will make it easier for me to keep up to date (and hopefully add some new features to it). The number of commentaries I have on file is slowly growing towards the 1000 mark. I’ve also done a lot of work updating some of the ISBNs to the new ISBN-13 standard and fixing broken publisher links, although there is still a long way to go as the switchover to ISBN13 has made most publishers reorganise their sites. I’ve added links to the new Baker Exegetical Commentaries volumes as well as updated a few other series as well.
The other thing that may be of interest is that finally, the NIV is available for e-Sword. For those of you that don’t already know, e-Sword is a great free Bible study tool that allows you to search and compare multiple Bible versions, including Greek and Hebrew. There is lots of free material available, including the excellent ESV translation of the Bible. You do have to pay for the NIV, but it is made available as part of the NIV Family Bundle from eStudySource which includes NIV, TNIV and the NIRV, all for $30. There seems to be a growing amount of material on estudysource including some commentaries. I’m hoping that IVP will make the Tyndale or Bible Speaks Today series available for e-Sword.