Heidegger's Bible Handbook: Judges: Interpreters
HOLY FATHERS: Bede, Isidore, Theodoret, Origen, Procopius of Gaza, Quæstiones of Augustine.
REFORMED: Borrhaus, Bucer, Burman, Calvin, Drusius, Lavater, Martyr, Strigelius, Wolf. English: Arthur Jackson, Mayer, Rogers.
LUTHERAN: Balduin, Brentius, Fabricius, Heling, Luther.
ROMAN CATHOLIC: Bonfrerius, Dionysius Carthusianus, Ferus, Magalianus, Malvenda, Montanus, Rupertus, Serarius, Alonso Tostatus, Hugo Victorinus, Cajetan.
HEBREWS: The same as for the Book of Joshua.
Let the Interpreters of the Books of the Old Testament be added.
 Nine homilies on the Book of Judges survive from Origen. Enarrationes in librum Iudicum. Martin Bucer (1491-1551) was an early Reformer, born in what is now Sélestat, France. Based in Strasbourg, he became a key figure in the German Reformation, although his theology was closer to that of Zwingli than of Luther. Liber iudicum homiliis CVII. In librum Iudicum. Historia iudicum, qui a morte Iehosuæ, usque ad Heli Sacerdotem. A commentary upon the whole booke of Iudges. Richard Rogers (c. 1550-1618) was an English Presbyterian, nonconforming pastor. In librum Iudicum et Ruth commentarii. De varia republica, sive Commentaria in librum Judicum. In Librum Iudicum. Commentaria in Iudices et Ruth.  Hugh of Saint Victor (c. 1096-1141) was a Saxon Canon Regular, and influential mystical theologian. His annotations on the Pentateuch, Judges, Ruth, Kings, Lamentations, and some Psalms survive.