Well said by all who cast a question regarding "high view of Scripture." I do love the JPS Torah Commentary (and Haftorah / prophets), but many of the contributors hold to the JEDP (Documentary Hypothesis / Wellhausian) viewpoint. That isn't exactly my standard of "high view," but again, I'm grateful for that commentary.
Check out the Commentators' Bible, which is an abridged translation of the Miqraot Gedolot, by Michael Carasik. This is a purely rabbinic commentary, which anthologizes several of the well-known meforshim (Jewish commentators), a.k.a. classical commentaries on the Torah. (I don't know your specific interest or angle when it comes to "Jewish").
With that said, if you are interested in Jewish commentary on the Apostolic Writings ("NT"), Dr. David Stern's "Complete Jewish Bible Commentary" is indispensable, though as others have pointed out, it isn't an exhaustive exposition on every verse. Still worth every penny.
And I also love the "Jewish Annotated New Testament," by Mark Zvi Brettler, Amy Jill-Levine, and others, who represent more of a traditional Jewish voice (i.e. not likely to be believers in Yeshua). This is magnificent for providing Jewish context and thought to the NRSV version of the Apostolic Writings.
Edited by TYA, 19 April 2019 - 05:49 PM.