Daniel Wallace

Has anyone had experience with the work of Daniel B. Wallace? A protestant friend of mine has invited me to a seminar he is giving in Fort Wayne, IN and I want to know more about him before I decide to go or not go. What I know is that he writes for bible.org and was the senior New Testament editor for the NET Bible. Here is a short bio from the website:

Daniel B. Wallace has taught Greek and New Testament courses on a graduate school level since 1979. He has a Ph.D. from Dallas Theological Seminary, and is currently professor of New Testament Studies at his alma mater. His Greek Grammar Beyond the Basics: An Exegetical Syntax of the New Testament (Zondervan, 1996) has become a standard textbook in colleges and seminaries. He is the senior New Testament editor of the NET Bible.
I am a “cradle” Catholic and do not have a very strong knowledge of my Catholic faith, but I am picking away at it when I can. I fully believe that all sides of an issue should be looked at, but I want to make sure my sources are reliable.

Thank you!

All sides of what issue?:hmmm: Credentials work for a protestant in a protestant way. Learn more about your own faith before being overwhelmed by another.

Study your 'F’aith BEFORE you go! I was a protestant for 27 years before I found the faulty logic in it. If you don’t know what you believe how can you compare it to something else? Study first then go. You will then be able to converse and listen with knowledge and not ignorance. Catholics are converted away from Christs Body daily because they do not know what they believe and the converters lies seem true and to make sense. I hear lies about Catholics often from those who try to convert but I now know the truth. Truth and knowledge are strong allies to have!

Good luck in whatever you decide. I would love to go hear him but, then again, I now know what the Cathiolic 'F’aith is.

One thing you gotta admit, Wallace sure has the right enemies.

(Readers who are unfortunate enough to actually follow this link and read some of what is written there can get an added chuckle from the name of the site: Blessed Quietness.) :stuck_out_tongue:

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