Jewish Annotated New Testament was just released. This volume is a study edition of the NSRV translation of the New Testament with commentary and essays by Jewish Biblical scholars (including Jewish New Testament scholars) such as Marc Zvi Brettler, Amy-Jill Levine, Daniel Boyarin, and Mark Nanos.
Being the first study Bible of its kind, it's getting some attention on the web; here are some of the articles I've come across so far:
The Rosh Pina Project blog posts a review by Mark Oppenheimer entitled "'The more I study New Testament,' Dr. Levine said, 'the better Jew I become.'"
An article by Reform Rabbi Larry Bach entitled "My New, New Testament," in which he writes, "the New Testament — this New Testament, in particular — is a book that belongs in every Jewish home."
Rebecca at the Mystical Politics blog, who herself contributed the JANT article on diving beings, points to a New York Times article on the JANT quoting Amy-Jill Levine and herself.
Said New York Times article.
John Hobbins from the Ancient Hebrew Poetry blog asks in "Jews Reading the New Testament": "Is that just another way of saying, 'Jews behaving badly'?"
And the most extensive review I've seen, by Messianic Jewish rabbi/author Derek Leman.
Feel free to post further reviews in the comments section as you come across them. (It looks like this volume might make a great holiday gift!)
Disclaimer: I have not received a free copy of the Jewish Annotated New Testament. However, I would welcome one!