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According to Bible.org, in the section entitled "Preface,"

[The NET Bible] was completed by more than 25 scholars – experts in the original biblical languages – who worked directly from the best currently available Hebrew, Aramaic, and Greek texts.

Where can one find a list identifying these scholars responsible for producing the New English Translation?

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The preface on their site includes the list of translators and editors down toward the bottom:

Pentateuch:

Richard E. Averbeck, Ph.D. (Dropsie College)

Robert B. Chisholm, Th.D. (Dallas Theological Seminary)

Dorian Coover-Cox, Ph.D. (Dallas Theological Seminary)

Eugene H. Merrill, Ph.D. (Columbia University)

Allen P. Ross, Ph.D. (Cambridge University)

Historical Books:

Robert B. Chisholm, Th.D. (Dallas Theological Seminary)

Dorian Coover-Cox, Ph.D. (Dallas Theological Seminary)

Gordon H. Johnston, Th.D. (Dallas Theological Seminary)

Richard A. Taylor, Ph.D. (Catholic University of America)

Wisdom Books:

Robert B. Chisholm, Th.D. (Dallas Theological Seminary)

Gordon H. Johnston, Th.D. (Dallas Theological Seminary)

Allen P. Ross, Ph.D. (Cambridge University)

Steven H. Sanchez, Ph.D. (Dallas Theological Seminary)

Major and Minor Prophets:

William D. Barrick, Th.D. (Grace Theological Seminary)

M. Daniel Carroll R., Ph.D. (University of Sheffield)

Robert B. Chisholm, Th.D. (Dallas Theological Seminary)

Dorian Coover-Cox, Ph.D. (Dallas Theological Seminary)

Donald R. Glenn, M.A. (Brandeis University)

Michael A. Grisanti, Ph.D. (Dallas Theological Seminary)

W. Hall Harris III, Ph.D. (University of Sheffield)

Eugene H. Merrill, Ph.D. (Columbia University)

Steven H. Sanchez, Ph.D. (Dallas Theological Seminary)

Brian L. Webster, Ph.D. (Hebrew Union College – Jewish Institute of Religion)

Gospels and Acts:

Darrell L. Bock, Ph.D. (University of Aberdeen)

Michael H. Burer, Ph.D. (Dallas Theological Seminary)

W. Hall Harris III, Ph.D. (University of Sheffield)

Gregory J. Herrick, Ph.D. (Dallas Theological Seminary)

David K. Lowery, Ph.D. (University of Aberdeen)

Pauline Letters:

John D. Grassmick, Ph.D. (University of Glasgow)

W. Hall Harris III, Ph.D. (University of Sheffield)

Gregory J. Herrick, Ph.D. (Dallas Theological Seminary)

Harold W. Hoehner, Ph.D. (Cambridge University)

David K. Lowery, Ph.D. (University of Aberdeen)

Jay E. Smith, Ph.D. (Trinity Evangelical Divinity School)

General Letters and Revelation:

Buist M. Fanning III, D.Phil. (Oxford University)

W. Hall Harris III, Ph.D. (University of Sheffield)

Gregory J. Herrick, Ph.D. (Dallas Theological Seminary)

David K. Lowery, Ph.D. (University of Aberdeen)

Daniel B. Wallace, Ph.D. (Dallas Theological Seminary)

Translation Consultants

Wayne Leman, M.A. (University of Kansas)

James Routt, Ph.D. (Cambridge University)

English Style Consultant

W. Hall Harris III, Ph.D. (University of Sheffield)


Please note: This answer was written for a neutral, academic audience and is not intended to be interpreted in the context of a religious belief or doctrine.

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Thanks. I totally missed it! –  H3br3wHamm3r81 Apr 28 '13 at 3:05
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I didn't realize so many of them were Dallas Theological Seminary. –  Frank Luke May 1 '13 at 14:01
    
Yeah, I'm assuming the group effort started there and spread, but I haven't looked up the history. –  Gone Quiet May 1 '13 at 14:08
    
If this request is granted, you can keep this answer -- no harm done. –  Gone Quiet Dec 8 '13 at 4:47
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