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Eternal Father, Lord of space and time

Eternal Father, Lord of space and time

Author: Robert Dobbie
Published in 2 hymnals

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Author: Robert Dobbie

Dobbie, Robert. (Dundee, Scotland, March 12, 1901- ). Congregational/United Church. Glasgow University, B.A., 1924, B.D., 1927; University of London, external B.D.'s in Old Testament subjects, 1934, 1938; M.Th., 1940. Pastorates in Scotland at Dunfermline, 1927-1936; Cambusland, 1936-1941; Ardroffan, 1941-1946. Lecturer or professor in Old Testament at Glasgow University, 1946-1947; St. Andrew's University, 1947-1955; Emmanuel College, Toronto, 1955-1969; Carleton University, Ottawa, 1969-1974. In 1974, he semi-retired to Chatham, Ontario. Despite longstanding interest in hymns, he began only late in life to write them. --Hugh McKellar, DNAH Archives Go to person page >

Tune

SONG 24

Orlando Gibbons (b. Oxford, England, 1583; d. Canterbury, England, 1625) composed SONG 24 as a setting for a paraphrase of Lamentations 1. The tune was number 24 (hence, the tune name) in his collection of hymn tunes composed for and published in George Wither's The Hymnes and Songs of the Church (1…

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Common Praise (1998) #472

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