There are a few exegetes who always seem to be able to exist comfortably and creatively within the structure and content of their subject text. Moo is such a writer. He constructs his work with great care and a desire to surrender to the text rather than to conform the text to his or any tradition. This alone would make his a voice worth hearing. Combine this with a heart for the church and considerable skill as a communicator, and you have a commentary and an author that have something meaningful to say. I have books on Romans that span the past several centuries, but this is the most well reasoned and trustworthy of them all. This is gold.