Logos has an interview up today with Joel Green, general editor of the New International Commentary on the New Testament series. I like this question a lot-
If you had to choose one NICNT volume as your favorite, or one that best represents the series as a whole, which would you choose?
That’s a tough question. On the one hand, I’ve often thought of Gordon Fee’s commentary on 1 Corinthians as the “standard” for evangelical commentary: clearly written, eminently readable, a model of exegesis in the service of the biblical text, biblical interpretation for the church. Among my favorites, though, would be R. T. France’s volume on Matthew, which represents decades of intimacy with Matthew’s Gospel, with his mature reflections on this Gospel evident on every page.
There are several others as well.