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The NET Bible: Full Notes Edition (2nd ed.)

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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.

The Second Edition contains updated text and notes.

  • Overcomes the tension between accuracy and readability
  • Highlights every major decision, outline alternative views, and explain difficult or nontraditional renderings
  • Examines questions and suggestions through the very best in biblical linguistics and textual criticism
The extensive and reliable notes in The NET Bible were a wonderful help to our translation team as we worked to prepare the English Standard Version.

—Wayne Grudem, Member of Translation Oversight Committee, ESV

There are many wonderful things I could say about The NET Bible, but the most important is this: The NET Bible is a Bible you can trust. The translation is clear, accurate, and powerful. And the notes, those wonderful notes! They bring to the layman scholarly insights and discussions that have up till now been accessible only to those trained in the biblical languages. If you are serious about studying Scripture, get a copy of The NET Bible.

—Chuck Swindoll

The NET Bible is ingenious. Its continuously updated translation, supported by an array of quality footnotes on the original languages, will be 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.

—Gene Getz, President of the Center for Church Renewal

This is an excellent tool, a model of conciseness. It should be useful for students, translators, and those preparing to teach or preach in the church.

—William R. Farmer, Emeritus Professor of New Testament at Southern Methodist University

This Bible is a triumph: a straightforward and accurate translation that is also elegant. The annotations are much fuller and more helpful than in other popular translations, and the production of a constantly-improving electronic text brings Bible reading and Bible study into the new millennium.

—Philip R. Davies, Professor at the Department of Biblical Studies of The University of Sheffield


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  1. Nycholas Maia
    Please, split it in two individual resources to better use.
  2. Bohuslav Wojnar
    Since the initial version I use NET Bible for study and now (2nd edition) I use even for my regular reading (when reading in English). It's so great to know that in case there is any issue with the text, we get translation notes on that and this way we can know the reasoning behind the translation. I find it so helpful.
  3. Jonathan Harrison
    I appreciate this for what it is, and am glad for the notes that are there, but they are not as extensive as in my hard copy of the NET 2.0 (or the official online version of the 2.0 notes, for that matter). For example, the TC note on 1 Samuel 17:5 is approximately three times as long in my hard copy (and the note in the official online version) as the TC note on the same verse is in Logos—and the Logos and hard copy notes contradict each other in the exact measurements they give for the cubit. (I’ve attached screenshots as a comment on this review.) I’m not sure how many of the notes are shorter in this online version, but I’m glad I have my hard copy. Maybe the Logos version is still using the first-edition notes? I don’t have access to a NET 1.0, so I can’t confirm.
  4. Frank Levi Russell
    LOVE this translation and the full notes that come with it. Incredibly helpful for translation and reviewing points of exegetical interest. I am probably preaching to the choir here, but would LOVE for the "full notes" to be like the first edition where it can be a separate resource. I understand you can use the "power lookup" feature, but this can be tricky if you have multiple resources linked to the NET Bible during study. Please friends at Logos :)
  5. Donovan R. Palmer
    The NET Bible and Notes are an invaluable tool for launching textual analysis. I am disappointed that this second edition does not have the notes file separate as we do in the first edition. Having the notes file separate, allows one to set up a layout with the notes, along with other critical resources. I hope that this can be offered in the future.
  6. Dismas



    This is one of the greatest bible translations, and it is great to see it in logos. But I can't give it five stars because for some reason it doesn't have the full Logos functionality we all have come to expect. It isn't linked to the underlying text. Selecting words in the OT or NT does not link to the underlying Greek and Hebrew. Something available in almost every other translation, and a must for anybody using the NET.
  7. Cannon Kwan

    Cannon Kwan


    when i open the NET 2nd ed. but i can't find the notes and just see the bible text only even the content such tile pages etc. Pls give me an advice Thanks
  8. Whitelion



    NET 2nd is very helpful, but disappointed in the Logos edition of it. None of the text is linked. You receive two separate books. An English text and a Greek text. There is no interlinear function which means neither of these can you click a word which links with Greek. For instance, if you have the Bible Word Study pane open, and you click any word in any other Bible version with Interlinear, the word is instantly linked/opened in the Word Study with the Greek word you clicked on. NET does not do this. I've used NET 2nd for a long time in OliveTree and Accordance and both of these have Greek text linked with words. Seems strange this is lacking here.
  9. Christopher Huynh
    I did not find any of the glitches and errors in this NET 2nd Ed. Logos Edition that are mentioned in the older reviews below . I did a research project on the Seventy Weeks of the ninth chapter of Daniel, and the NET is miles ahead of any other English translation in its treatment of this text. Many of the translators were formally trained at Dallas Theological Seminary (the capital of Dispensational thought) or serve as professors there. I have a disdain for Dispensational eschatology, yet even I recognize that this work is truly superlative. Just look at the NET's study note for Matthew 24:15. It is completely unbiased!
  10. Peyton Stone

    Peyton Stone


    I love the NET Bible but unfortunately this version is littered with spelling and grammatical errors which are very distracting and detract heavily from he experience of bible study.


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