Scot McKnight has announced that he is the general editor of a new commentary series to be based on the NIV 2011 translation. The series “will focus on explaining the New Testament books in the context of the Bible’s Story and discerning how to ‘live the Story’ in our world today.” It sounds similar to what Zondervan did with the NIVAC series but will surely have a different structure.
Mike Bird mentions that Joel Willitts of North Park University will be authoring the Galatians volume. Willitts has only published a couple of articles on Galatians, both dealing with the connection between the OT and Galatians:
Willitts, Joel. “Context Matters: Paul’s Use of Leviticus 18:5 in Galatians 3:12.” Tyndale Bulletin. 54:2 (2003): 105-122.
Willitts, Joel. “Isa 54,1 in Gal 4,24b–27: Reading Genesis in Light of Isaiah.” Zeitschrift für die Neutestamentliche Wissenschaft und die Kunde der älteren Kirche. 96:3/4 (2005): 188-210.
I discovered tonight that Walter de Gruyter is digitising their books and journals and making them available online. There are calling it the de Gruyter Reference Global. I was able to download a couple of Galatians articles that I didn’t have in pdf yet. So far they only seem to have the more recent issues up. I look forward to being able to download some of the older ZNW articles on Galatians.
Robert L. Brawley, “Contextuality, Intertextuality, and the Hendiadic Relationship of Promise and Law in Galatians.” Zeitschrift für die Neutestamentliche Wissenschaft und die Kunde der älteren Kirche. 93:1/2 (2002): 99-119.
Joel Willitts, “Isa 54,1 in Gal 4,24b–27: Reading Genesis in Light of Isaiah.” Zeitschrift für die Neutestamentliche Wissenschaft und die Kunde der älteren Kirche. 96:3/4 (2005): 188-210.
and a not directly related, but interesting examination of Simon Gathercoles’ work by Bruce Longenecker:
Bruce W. Longenecker, “On Critiquing the ‘New Perspective’ on Paul: A Case Study.” Zeitschrift für die Neutestamentliche Wissenschaft und Kunde der Älteren Kirche. 96:3-4 (2005): 263–27.