Walter Russell Bowie

Walter Russell Bowie
Walter Russell Bowie
Short Name: Walter Russell Bowie
Full Name: Bowie, Walter Russell, 1882-1969
Birth Year: 1882
Death Year: 1969

Walter Russell Bowie (October 8, 1882–April 23, 1969), was a priest, author, editor, educator, hymn writer, and lecturer in the Episcopal Church (United States).

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Walter Russell Bowie (October 8, 1882 – April 23, 1969), was a priest, author, editor, educator, hymn writer, and lecturer in the Episcopal Church.

Texts by Walter Russell Bowie (10)sort descendingAsAuthority LanguagesInstances
Far, far away is BethlehemWalter Russell Bowie, 1882- (Author)2
God of the Nations, who from dawn of daysWalter Russell Bowie (Author)English39
Lord Christ, when first thou cam'st to earthWalter Russell Bowie (Author)English31
Lord, through changing days, unchangingWalter Russell Bowie (Author)6
Lovely to the outward eyeRev. W. Russell Bowie (Author)English13
My soul gives glory to my God. My heart pours out its praiseWalter Russell Bowie (Author (C))1
O God, from whom all joyous strengthsWalter Russell Bowie (Author)English2
O Holy City, seen of JohnWalter Russell Bowie (Author)English83
O ye who dare go forth with GodWalter Russell Bowie (Author)English6
Splendor of the thoughts of GodW. Russell Bowie, 1882- (Author)English4

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