The NET Bible Version 2 Edition with full notes
The NET Bible Version 2. In 2018, Biblical Press Foundation put out version 2 of their NET Bible notes. According to their website, the book form of this has 2533 pages.
The NET Bible is a completely new translation of the Bible with 58,504 translators’ notes! It was completed by more than 25 scholars – experts in the original biblical languages – who worked directly from the best currently available Hebrew, Aramaic, and Greek texts.
Turn the pages and see the breadth of the translators’ notes, documenting their decisions and choices as they worked. The translators’ notes make the original languages far more accessible, allowing you to look over the translator’s shoulder at the very process of translation. This level of documentation is a first for a Bible translation, making transparent the textual basis and the rationale for key renderings (including major interpretive options and alternative translations). This unparalleled level of detail helps connect people to the Bible in the original languages in a way never before possible without years of study of Hebrew, Aramaic, and Greek. It unlocks the riches of the Bible’s truth from entirely new perspectives.
theWord Bible program enhances these notes much beyond the paper and ink version. In the actual NET Bible (premium version), all of the translators’ footnotes are noted, and by simply hovering the mouse over the reference you can easily see the note. Clicking on any Bible references in the translators’ notes will instantly take you to that reference in the Bible. When you use the NET Bible in theWord, you enjoy the ease of “jumping around” reading, following, and analyzing the cross-references and translators’ notes. It is so easy with theWord!
“The NET Bible is ingenious… an invaluable resource for pastors, missionaries and well-trained laymen. Bringing instant access to the best research with just a few clicks, the NET Bible has truly brought a visionary form to a timeless function. It’s a great step in the Church’s preparation for the next millennium.” — Dr.Gene Getz
An overview of the module from inside theWORD: