I have been taking my congregations through Paul’s letter to the Galatians. The commentary that I have been using as my primary tool is Galatians by Richard Longenecker from the Word Biblical Commentary series. Longenecker was my New Testament professor during my M.Div. days at McMaster Divinity College. This is a very helpful commentary for any study on this important book of the New Testament. Longenecker interacts with much of the scholarship regarding the relevant issues. Longenecker’s use of rabbinic traditions is both a strength and a weakness. It is interesting to see what the rabbis were saying about the issues that the Galatians were dealing with. But sometimes it is easy forget that these traditions, at least in their written form, are much later than the New Testament. Still, this would be a good addition to any biblical library.