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Julian's Dictionary of Hymnology

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You know you're a true hymn geek if the mention of John Julian's Dictionary of Hymnology quickens your heart. Well, true hymn geeks, you may need to sit down for this: Julian's Dictionary of Hymnology is online! The whole book has been scanned and uploaded to the Hymnary's sister site, CCEL. Right now, you can only browse the pages scans. To make this valuable information searchable, we need volunteers to edit the text. Once it is fully proofed and available as a CCEL book, we'll need volunteers to match Julian information with the appropriate Hymnary entries. Please contact us if you'd like to help.