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William Edwin Entzminger

William Edwin Entzminger
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Short Name: William Edwin Entzminger
Full Name: Entzminger, William Edwin, 1859-1930
Birth Year: 1859
Death Year: 1930

William Edwin Entzminger was born in South Carolina in 1859. He earned a B.S. from Furman University in South Carolina and then went to Southern Baptist Theological Seminary in Louisville, KY for a Doctor of Theology degree. He married Maggie Grace Griffith, and together they became Baptist missionaries in Brazil in 1891. He wrote and translated many hymns.

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Born: December 25, 1859, South Carolina.
Died: January 11, 1930, Petrópolis, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.
Buried: Petrópolis, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.

Entzminger studied at Furman University and the Southern Baptist Theological Seminary, Louisville, Kentucky. In 1891, he and his wife went to Salvador, Bahia, Brazil, where he worked as a missionary the rest of his life. He translated over 73 hymns into Portuguese, and wrote original Portuguese lyrics, as well.

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Texts by William Edwin Entzminger (17)sort descendingAsInstances
Com alegria venho, ó DeusWilliam Edwin Entzminger, 1859-1930 (Author (refrain))2
Cristo, bom Mestre, eis meu quererWilliam Edwin Entzminger, 1859-1930 (Translator)2
De ti, ó meu Brasil, país de encantos milWillaim Edwin Entzminger, 1859-1930 (Author)2
Em Cristo há perfeito perdãoWilliam Edwin Entzminger, 1859-1930 (Translator)2
Feliz o dia em que aceiteiWilliam Edwin Entzminger, 1859-1930 (Translator)2
Foi Jesus que abriu o caminho do céuWilliam Edwin Entzminger, 1859-1930 (Translator)2
Mestre, o mar se revoltaWilliam Edwin Entzminger (Translator)2
Minah Pátria para Cristo é a minha petiçãoWillaim Edwin Entzminger, 1859-1930 (Author)2
Não somente pra fazer um feito singularWilliam Edwin Entzminger, 1859-1930 (Translator)2
Noite de paz! Noite de amor!William Edwin Entzminger (Translator)2
Quero ser um vaso de bênção, sim, um vaso escolhido por DeusWilliam Edwin Entzminger, 1859-1930 (Translator)2
Rocha eterna, foi na cruzWilliam Edwin Entzminger, 1859-1930 (Translator)3
Se eu tiver Jesus ao ladoWilliam Edwin Entzminger, 1859-1930 (Translator)1
Se paz a mais doce eu puder desfrutarWilliam Edwin Entzminger, 1859-1930 (Translator)2
Tal qual estou, ó meu SenhorWilliam Edwin Entzminger, 1859-1930 (Translator (sts. 2, 3, 4))2
Teu santo amor, Jesus, veio me alcançarWilliam Edwin Entzminger, 1859-1930 (Translator)2
Um bom amigo e fiel acheiWilliam Edwin Entzminger, 1859-1930 (Translator (sts. 1-3))2
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