Apologetics Study Bible
The Bible features commentary and short essays. For example, Craig Blomberg provides the commentary on The Gospel of John. Essayists include Gary Habermas, J.P. Moreland, Paul Copan, Ravi Zacharias, and others. The essays cover a very wide range of apologetic issues. I have not worked my way through much of the material as yet.
Sadly, the translation used (The Christian Standard Bible) is self-consciously not gender-inclusive. The essay explaining the translation makes it seem like anyone who favors a gender-inclusive translation (of which the TNIV is one) is part of a secular feminist attempt to destory biblical teaching on gender. This is not true. For example, Craig Blomberg is not an egalitarian, but still supports the TNIV. Moreover, many solid evangelicals who are egalitarians, such as Gordon Fee, support the TNIV as well. For a short essay on Bible translations and gender inclusivity, see this treatment by Rebecca Merrill Groothuis.
Nevertheless, we have needed a study Bible of this sort for a long time. May God use it to glorify himself and equip the church to have a reason for the hope within (1 Peter 3:15).