|Short Name:||Richard B. Hoyle|
|Full Name:||Hoyle, Richard Birch, 1875-1939|
Born: March 8, 1875, Cloughfold, Lancashire, England.
Died: December 14, 1939, Wimbledon, Surrey, England.
Hoyle attended Regent’s Park College in London, then pastored in Sudbury, Aberdeen, and London (1900-17), and in Belvedere, Kent (1923-26). He edited the YMCA’s Red Triangle magazine, and was professor of theology at Western Theological Seminary, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania (1934-36). He later returned to England, pastoring at the Baptist church in Kingston-on-Thames. Some of his work appears in the World Student Christian Federation hymnal Cantate Domino (1925).
Holy God, Thy Name We Bless
My Savior and My Lord
Thine Is the Glory
What Joy, to Think of That Vast Host
|Texts by Richard B. Hoyle (8)||As||Instances|
|Holy God, thy name we bless||R. Birch Hoyle, 1875-1939 (Translator)||3|
|Holy God, we praise Thy Name||R. Birch Hoyle (Translator (st. 5))||1|
|I know with full assurance||R. Birch Hoyle (Translator)||2|
|My Savior and my Lord, To thee I lift mine eyes||Richard B. Hoyle, 1875-1939 (Translator)||1|
|My Savior and my Lord, let our lips now acclaim Thee||Richard Birch Hoyle (Translator)||2|
|Thine is the glory, Risen, conquering Son||R. B. Hoyle, 1875-1939 (Translator)||74|
|Tuya es la gloria, victorioso Redentor||R. Birch Hoyle (Translator (into English))||2|
|What joy, to think of that vast host||Richard Birch Hoyle (Author)||2|