Jordan's commentary on Genesis 2-4 runs over 200 pages, and there is so much helpful stuff here it is difficult to know how to review it. As with most of Jordan's work, discussion of a specific passage ends up as a discussion of the whole of Scripture. While there are moments in this commentary that seem less supported than others, his skill at sticking to the text - even when doing so takes him far into the "deep weird," - is on full display here. Originally written as newsletters, the chapters run from two to four pages, and you never know from place to place where the next chapter will go. It really ought to be collected together in a published form, assembling the disparate chapters together into longer sections, but the work still runs together nicely in stapled form. Available from Biblical Horizons.