|Short Name:||J. Edgar Park|
|Full Name:||Park, John Edgar, 1879-1956|
J. Edgar Park, until his retirement in 1944, was President of Wheaton College, Massachusetts. He was born in Belfast, Ireland, March 7, 1879 and had his theological studies at New College, Edinburgh, The Royal University, Dublin, and Princeton Theological Seminary. His principal pastorate was in the Second Church of Newton, Congregational, West Newton, Massachusetts, which he served 1926 to 1944, going from there to the Presidency of Wheaton. He is the author of many books, including one of the Lyman Beecher Lectures at Yale. He wrote one of the "Eleven Ecumenical Hymns," entitled "O Christ whose love has sought us out," which were obtained by the Hymn Society for use at the Evanston Assembly (1954) of the World Council of Churches.
--Fourteen New Rural Hymns. Used by permission.
|Texts by J. Edgar Park (6)||As||Instances|
|O Christ, whose love hast sought us out||John Edgar Park (Author)||4|
|O Jesus, thou wast tempted||J. Edgar Park, 1879- (Author)||6|
|The peace of heaven is on our fields||J. Edgar Park (Author)||5|
|We would see Jesus, lo, his star is shining||J. Edgar Park (Author)||62|
|We would see Jesus, Mary's Son most holy||J. Edgar Park, 1879- (Author)||2|
|We would see Jesus, on the mountain teaching||J. Edgar Park (Author)||2|