Daniel Wallace is Senior Research Professor of New Testament Studies at Dallas Theological Seminary. As an internationally known Greek New Testament scholar, he has been a consultant for four Bible translations—ESV, TNIV, New King James Bible, and New English Translation.
Charles Morris sat down with Dr. Wallace to talk about his work on the newly published NET Full-Notes Study Bible. The original interview was too long to fit in our daily radio program, so we’re posting it here in its entirety:
Ever feel lost in translation? With the NET Full-notes Edition of the Holy Bible, you don’t need to be. Modern readers can find it challenging to connect with the ancient words and cultural contexts of the biblical writers. The NET offers a completely new solution: pairing a readable, everyday English translation with the largest set of translators’ notes ever created for a Bible. The NET’s 60,000 notes bring complete transparency to every major translation decision and invite you to look over the translators’ shoulders, allowing you to come to your own understanding of the Scriptures. It is an indispensable resource for every Bible reader.