Harry Hoffner

John A. Wilson Professor of Hittitology Emeritus at the University of Chicago

B.A. Princeton University
M.Th. Dallas Theological Seminary
M.A. Brandeis University
Ph.D. Brandeis University

Author of the forthcoming Evangelical Exegetical Commentary volume on 1 & 2 Samuel, available on August 1, 2014.

About Harry Hoffner

Harry A. Hoffner, Jr. is considered a world expert on ancient Near Eastern culture and is John A. Wilson Professor of Hittitology Emeritus at the University of Chicago where he specializes in Hittite language, history, and civilization. He has also taught at Yale University, Brandeis University, and Wheaton College. He founded The Hittite Dictionary of The Oriental Institute of The University of Chicago, and is presently its Senior Editor, is a former member of the editorial board of Writings From the Ancient World, sponsored by the Society of Biblical Literature, and is an editorial consultant for The Context of Scripture, published by Brill. He has written ten books on Hittite culture, co-authored the new standard grammar of the Hittite language, as well as co-authored and edited numerous volumes and published dozens of scholarly articles on Near Eastern history and culture. He was a special consultant on Hittite literature and a contributor of many articles for The Context of Scripture, ed. William W. Hallo and K. Lawson Younger (Brill, 1997).

About the EEC

Harry Hoffner’s forthcoming volume on 1 & 2 Samuel will appear in the Evangelical Exegetical Commentary, a groundbreaking commentary series on the entire Bible. The EEC incorporates the latest critical biblical scholarship, and it is written from a distinctly evangelical perspective. The publication of the EEC by Logos Bible Software marks the first time a major Bible commentary series has been published first in digital form. Learn more…

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