What makes this series so valuable is the amount of information that is distilled in such a volume. Want to know what the Reformers thought of the Eucharist and communal fellowship and worship as outlined in Acts 2:42-47 (35-39)? You will find no less than the likes of John Calvin, Martin Luther, Peter Walpot, Desiderius Erasmus, Johann Spangenberg, Peter Riedemann, Peter Wolpot, and Rudolf Gwalther's comments represented here.
Each section helpfully begins with an overview, setting the historical context of the various Protestant movements and their views toward each passage.
One of the most valuable aspects of the volume is to be found in the appendix, "Biographical Sketches of Reformation-Era Figures and Works" in the back of each volume. 137 individuals, confessions, and articles are sketched here, providing the reader a nice, crisp description of the importance of these figures and movements.
IVP Academic is to be congratulated on another in a long line of excellent resources.