Your Favourite Romans Commentary
I mentioned in a post this week that I love the Cranfield commentary. But I really don't know which is my favourite. Wright's appeals to me the most at one level, much as Witherington's does in a similar way. But mention must be made of Esler's Conflict and Identity in Romans, as well as the commentaries of Stuhlmacher, Dunn, Käsemann, Moo, Schreiner, and most recently Jewett's ... so many great offerings (I don't have Fitzmyer's). I suppose in my work I turn to Jewett's the most now, but what is my favourite? Wright's, I suppose, is difficult to top for shear reading pleasure and intellectual delight. What is your favourite Romans commentary?