Alan J Groves was a pioneer of modern biblical studies, using computers to analyze the Hebrew Old Testament. These articles have been collected to honour his work and also his character as a loving Christian exemplar.
These essays honouring Alan Groves include subjects such as 'why do bad things happen to good people?'. 'Psalm 23 as Messianic Prophecy', 'Beauty in an iPod culture', 'Jonah and Janus', 'Israel's Via Dolorosa', and eight others. Contributors include: William Edgar; Peter Enns and Bruce Waltke.
J. Alan Groves 1952-2007, was Professor of Old Testament at Westminster Theological Seminary. He was instrumental in developing the definitive electronic version of the Old Testament now maintained by the J. Alan Groves Center for Advanced Biblical Research and used as the basis of many printed and electronic editions of the Hebrew Bible.