The 2nd Edition of Zondervan's A Reader's Hebrew and Greek Bible is a significant improvement over the 1st and is a great resource.
Mark Vroegop's Weep with Me argues that Biblical lament provides a language for racial reconciliation to Christians from minority and majority cultures.
V. Philips Long's 1 and 2 Samuel in the TOTC series combines close reading with archeological insight to deliver a great, compact commentary.
God on the Brain is a clear and careful analysis of the cognitive sciences within a Biblical worldview. There is much for which to praise God but no challenge to Christian faith.
Nicaea and Its Legacy is a valuable contribution to our understanding of the debates in the 4th century. However, its constructive proposal follows some of the most unhelpful trends in contemporary theology.