The NET Bible

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The NET Bible is a translation by 20 self-described scholars that is being made freely available on the internet for use, discussion and debate. It provides a rich source of commentary by the translators,[1] and it brings out new versions in a manner similar to new versions of software.


  1. There are now 60,932 translator's notes, up from 60,237 - There is no other Bible anywhere with translator's notes like those in the NET BIBLE. They are so much more than traditional study notes.