Bible Study Methods
Bible Survey and Summary
An Introduction to the Old Testament: Pentateuch, Wolf
An Introduction to the Old Testament: Historical Books, Howard
An Introduction to the Old Testament: Poetic Books, Bullock
An Introduction to the Old Testament:Prophetic Books, Bullock
Exploring the New Testament, vol. 1, Wenham & Walton
Exploring the New Testament, vol. 2, Marshall, Travis, and Paul
Dr. Thomas Constable’s Expository (Bible Study) Notes
These are some of the most comprehensive and in-depth Bible study notes I have ever come across (at least for free). Each book of the Bible has hundreds of pages of notes (almost 400 just for the book of Isaiah). These notes were created by Dr. Thomas Constable who taught in the Bible Exposition department at Dallas Theological Seminary.
Cornerstone Biblical Commentary
This is one of my favorite commentary sets. For me, I like it because it features the entire text of the New Living Translation which is what I use when preaching and teaching.
Bible Knowledge Commentary
I am slightly biased towards this commentary set because it was written by the faculty of the Seminary I attended: Dallas Theological Seminary. It is very concise but helpful.