Last night I finished reading an excellent resource: John Glynn, Commentary and Reference Survey: A Comprehensive Guide to Biblical Studies and Theological Resources (10th ed.; revised and updated; with a foreword by Darrell L. Bock; Grand Rapids: Kregel, 2007), 380 pp. (See also Glynn’s website, which includes a couple reviews of his book.) Glynn’s Survey is a superb source for tracking what works are available for biblical studies. Glynn is a bit thin on evaluation (Other than occasional interjections, about the extent of his evaluations is bolding his most recommended resources.), and nearly everyone will have some quibbles with his judgments. The book, however, is primarily a compilation of resources, not a commentary on resources. It it not, therefore, in the same category as, say, D. A. Carson’s New Testament Commentary Survey. Glynn lists the options for biblical studies in general, but Carson analyzes specific NT commentaries. Glynn devotes only one chapter (pp. 145-201) to NT commentaries, but Carson’s whole book is devoted to it. I’m grateful for Glynn’s useful tool.