I may be a bit behind the news on this one, but I stumbled across it for the first time today
posted by Chris Tilling @ 1:34 AM
A wee bit conservative. Moo the best commentary on Romans? Nice idea though, but wouldn't it be cool if you could have user rankings, so when I highlighted Corinthians your top ten appeared next to the top ten of the user community...Just something for you to work on!Cheers,bryan
Yea, that does sound conservative. I didn' realise that they ranked the commentaries like that.
Chris, thanks for the link!Bryan, just so you know the rankings on bestcommentaries.com are an aggregate score based on published reviews and user added reviews. Currently, the published reviews I've found are relatively conservative.If either of you know of any additional published commentary reviews we could add, please pass them along - I would love to add them!
(this is a resource I will point my students to, by the way. Thanks for investing your time in this)
John, great job! I used it recently to help me fill the new library at my college with decent commentaries.
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