Eric J. Tully is Associate Professor of Old Testament and Semitic Languages at Trinity Evangelical Divinity School.
"Eric J Tully walks the reader through the syntax and the grammar
of Hosea from beginning to end. Tully elucidates a book whose
peculiar Northern Hebrew vocabulary has long challenged scholars.
This book is especially welcome because of the popularity of Hosea
13 and the obscurity of Hosea 414." -- Mayer I Gruber, Professor
Emeritus, Ben-Gurion University of the Negev, and author of Hosea:
A Textual Commentary
"This is a terrific addition to the splendid Baylor Handbook on the Hebrew Bible series. The difficult Hebrew text of Hosea is meticulously examined using modern linguistic methods, with due attention to the history of interpretation. The attention to syntax and poetic structure in the individual units of speech is particularly illuminating." -- J Andrew Dearman, Professor of Old Testament, Fuller Theological Seminary
This handbook is a valuable tool for the serious student, and I highly recommend it not only for personal study, but for the classroom as well. -- Michael P. V. Barrett -- Books at a Glance
Tully's richly informed analysis of the Hebrew text of Hosea is an excellent resource to be recommended for intermediate and advanced students of Biblical Hebrew and also for all scholars who desire an accessible, thorough, and balanced discussion of the book of Hosea. -- Barry A. Jones -- Review of Biblical Literature