I should have mentioned the name of the blog he co-writes with Christopher W. Skinner, Crux Sola.
The first part was posted on April 27 (see my previous post about it).
The second part was posted on May 12, 2017, and it can be found here.
I will copy and paste the second part of the review below, but I encourage you to go read the other reviews Nijay does on Crux Sola, not just this one.
As Nijay notes, Reception history of the Bible is important both because you learn about fascinating interpreters and interpretations and because you gain additional perspectives on the Bible itself.
Part 2 of the review: