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O thou Incarnate Word

O thou Incarnate Word

Author: Benjamin J. Radford
Published in 3 hymnals

Author: Benjamin J. Radford

Radford, Benjamin Johnson. (Walnut Grove, Illinois, December 23, 1838--1933). Disciple. Eureka College, A.B., 1866. Minister, college teacher and administrator, editor of religious journals; published a book of his poems in 1883. "In homes where praise and splendor" appeared in both Gloria in Excelsis (1905) and Christian Worship (1941). --George Brandon, DNAH Archives Go to person page >

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First Line: O thou Incarnate Word
Author: Benjamin J. Radford

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Christian Hymnal #d359

Gloria in Excelsis #d513

Gloria in Excelsis #d313

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