I was an intern for Dr. Daniel Wallace as a master’s student, and he also supervised my master’s thesis. So I am always excited to see his work receiving some attention. In recent years, he has been focused on his task as the director of the Center for the Study of New Testament Manuscripts. Last summer, his group uncovered a treasure trove of 47 ancient Greek manuscripts of the New Testament. Last night, the local ABC affiliate did a brief story. Here it is:
“Frisco man leads quest for Biblical truth” â€“ WFAA.com
I thought it was funny that the reporter referred to Dr. Wallace with the non-descript “Frisco man” and with “modern day Indiana Jones.” There are several other layman’s slips, but it is an otherwise good report.
If anyone is interested in listening to Dr. Wallace, you can go to the following:
Titled “Is what we have now what they wrote then?”
I enjoyed it very much.
Oh, or the DTS website (I just didn’t happen to hear any of those).
Sorry for the lack of consolidation.
He’s a great guy, and that library he’s sitting in is his home library, I have decided that, if the Lord wills, I will have a library that man!!
Denny, thanks for putting up the link. I always like to know what Dr. Wallace and DTS are up to.