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Daniel B. Wallace

Professor of New Testament Studies

BA, Biola University, 1975; ThM, Dallas Theological Seminary, 1979; PhD, 1995.

Dr. Wallace, a four-generation Californian, former surfer, and pastor, is a member of the Society of New Testament Studies, has written, edited, or otherwise contributed to more than twenty books, and has published articles in New Testament Studies, Novum Testamentum, Biblica, Westminster Theological Journal, and the Journal of the Evangelical Theological Society. His Exegetical Syntax of the New Testament is the standard intermediate Greek grammar and has been translated into several languages. He is the executive director of the Center for the Study of New Testament Manuscripts, an institute whose initial purpose is to preserve Scripture by taking digital photographs of all known Greek New Testament manuscripts. When not involved in scholarly pursuits, speaking engagements, or entertaining students at his home, he and his wife, Pati, enjoy spending time with their four boys, beagle, and lab.

Daniel B. Wallace
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TODD 220
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  • NT101 - Elements of Greek
  • NT102 - Elements of Greek 2
  • NT103 - Intermediate Greek
  • NT104 - Introduction to New Testament Exegesis
  • NT105 - Exegesis of Romans
  • NT205 - Advanced Greek Grammar
  • NT215 - New Testament Textual Criticism
  • NT315 - The Gospel of Mark
  • NT355 - The Thessalonian Epistles
  • NT375 - The Epistles of Peter and Jude
  • BS1002 - New Testament Backgrounds
  • NT1001 - History of New Testament
  • NT1002 - New Testament Theology
  • NT2005 - Advanced New Testament Textual Criticism
  • NT2035 - Seminar on the Apocalyptic Genre
Books
Contributions
  1. "Granville Sharp’s Rule: A Rejoinder to Stan Porter." JETS 56, no. 1 (2013). 101-106.
  2. "Sharp’s Rule Revisited: A Response to Stanley Porter." JETS 56, no. 1 (2013). 79-91.
  3. "Bruce Metzger: In Memoriam." Proceedings of the American Philosophical Society 153, no. 4 (2009). 489-93.
  4. "Challenges in New Testament Textual Criticism for the Twenty-First Century." Journal of the Evangelical Theological Society 25 (2009). 79-100.
  5. "Sharp, Granville." International Encyclopedia of Social Sciences (2008).
  6. "The Gospel according to Bart: A Review Article of Misquoting Jesus by Bart Ehrman." Journal of the Evangelical Theological Society 49 (2006). 327-49.
  7. "The Uneasy Conscience of a Non-Charismatic Evangelical." Who's Afraid of the Holy Spirit? An investigation into the Ministry of the Spirit of God Today (2005).
  8. "The Witness of the Spirit in Romans 8:16: Interpretation and Implications." Who's Afraid of the Holy Spirit? An investigation into the Ministry of the Spirit of God Today (2005).
  9. "The Textual Basis of New Testament Translation." The Essential Evangelical Parallel Bible (2004).
  10. "Greek Grammar and the Personality of the Holy Spirit." Bulletin for Biblical Research 13.1 (2003). 97-125.
  11. "The Textual Basis of New Testament Translation." The Oxford Parallel New Testament (2003).
  12. "Innovations in Text and Translation of the NET Bible, New Testament." Bible Translator (Ja, Jl Technical Papers) 52, no. 3 (2001). 335-349.
  13. "Was Junia Really an Apostle? a Re-examination of Rom 16.7." New Testament Studies 47, no. 1 (2001). 76-91.
  14. "Was Junia Really an Apostle? A Reexamination of Romans 16:7." JBMW 6, no. 2 (2001). 4-11.
  15. "An Open Letter regarding the NET Bible, New Testament." Notes on Translation 14.3 (2000). 1-8.
  16. "Granville Sharp : A Model of Evangelical Scholarship and Social Activism." Journal of the Evangelical Theological Society 41 (1998). 591-613.
  17. "Review of 'Studies in the Theory and Method of New Testament Textual Criticism.'" Journal of the Evangelical Theological Society 41 (1998). 129-129.
  18. "Review of Studies in the Theory and Method of New Testament Textual Criticism." Journal of the Evangelical Theological Society , no. 41 (1998). 129.
  19. "Crisis of the Word: A Message to Pastors and Would-be Pastors." Conservative Theological Journal 1 (1997). 107-115.
  20. "Review of 'Levels of Constituent Structure in New Testament Greek.'" Critical Review of Books in Religion 9 (1996). 249-251.
  21. "Review of Levels of Constituent Structure in New Testament Greek." Critical Review of Books in Religion , no. 9 (1996). 249-251.
  22. "Historical Revisionism and the Majority Text Theory : The Cases of F H A Scrivener and Herman C Hoskier." New Testament Studies 41 (1995). 280-285.
  23. "Who's Afraid of the Holy Spirit? The Uneasy Conscience of a Noncharismatic Evangelical." Christianity Today 38 (1994). 34-38.
  24. "A Review of The Earliest Gospel Manuscript? by Carsten Peter Thiede." Bibliotheca Sacra 151 (1994). 350-354.
  25. "The Majority-Text Theory : History, Methods and Critique." Journal of the Evangelical Theological Society 37 (1994). 185-215.
  26. "7Q5 : The Earliest NT Papyrus?." Westminster Theological Journal 56, no. 1 (1994). 173-180.
  27. "Reconsidering "The Story of Jesus and the Adulteress Reconsidered"." New Testament Studies 39 (1993). 290-296.
  28. "The Majority Text and the Original Text : Are They Identical?." Bibliotheca Sacra 148 (1991). 151-169.
  29. "Inspiration, Preservation, and New Testament Textual Criticism." Grace Theological Journal 12 (1991). 21-50.
  30. "Inspiration, Preservation, and New Testament Textual Criticism." New Testament Essays in Honor of Homer A. Kent, Jr. (1991). 69-102.
  31. "A Textual Problem in 1 Thessalonians 1:10 : Ek Tēs Orgēs Vs Apo Tēs Orgēs." Bibliotheca Sacra 147 (1990). 470-479.
  32. "Galatians 3:19-20 : A Crux Interpretum for Paul's View of the Law." Westminster Theological Journal 52, no. 2 (1990). 225-245.
  33. "John 5,2 and the Date of the Fourth Gospel." Biblica 71, no. 2 (1990). 177-205.
  34. "Review of 'The Gospel According to Saint Luke, Pt 1: , Chapters 1-12.'" Bibliotheca Sacra 147 (1990). 121-123.
  35. "Review of 'The Gospel According to Saint Luke, Pt 2: Chapters 13-24.'" Bibliotheca Sacra 147 (1990). 121-123.
  36. "jOrgivzesqe in Ephesians 4:26: Command or Condition?." Christianity Today 4, no. Best in Theology (1990). 57-74.
  37. "Some Second Thoughts on the Majority Text." Bibliotheca Sacra 146 (1989). 270-290.
  38. "Orgizesthe in Ephesians 4:26 : Command or Condition?." Criswell Theological Review 3 (1989). 353-372.
  39. "The Majority Text : A New Collating Base?." New Testament Studies 35, no. 4 (1989). 609-618.
  40. "Review of 'The Text of the New Testament: An Introduction to the Critical Editions.'" Bibliotheca Sacra 145 (1988). 467-468.
  41. "Review of 'Logical Criticisms of Textual Criticism.'" Bibliotheca Sacra 145 (1988). 469-469.
  42. "Review of 'The Majority Text: Essays and Reviews in the Continuing Debate.'" Bibliotheca Sacra 145 (1988). 469-470.
  43. "Review of 'The Text of the New Testament: An Introduction to the Critical Editions.'" Grace Theological Journal 9 (1988). 279-285.
  44. "Review of 'What Are They Saying about Mark.'" Grace Theological Journal 9 (1988). 294-295.
  45. "[Forty Articles]." Nelson's Illustrated Bible Dictionary (1986).
  46. "The Semantics and Exegetical Significance of the Object - Complement Construction in the New Testament." Grace Theological Journal 6, no. 1 (1985). 91-112.
  47. "The Relation of Adjective to Noun in Anarthrous Constructions in the New Testament." Novum Testamentum 26 (1984). 128-167.
  48. "The Semantic Range of the Article-noun-kai-noun Plural Construction in the New Testament." Grace Theological Journal 4, no. 1 (1983). 59-84.
  49. "Prayer of the Seminarian." Wittenburg Door 54 (1980). 25.
  50. "Choosing a Bible Translation." Bible Study Magazine (1753). 23–26.

Academic Interests

  • Greek grammar
  • New Testament textual criticism
  • Early Christology
  • Gospel of Mark
  • Gospel of John
  • Exegesis of Romans
  • 1‒2 Thessalonians
  • Ephesians
  • Catholic Epistles
  • Nascent Christology
  • Theological Development in the New Testament

Personal Interests

  • Beagles and Labradors
  • German engineering
  • Spending time with family
  • Movies
  • Racquetball
  • Woodcarving

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