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Sinner, hast thou wandered far

Sinner, hast thou wandered far

Author: James Freeman Clarke
Tune: SEYMOUR (Weber)
Published in 2 hymnals

Author: James Freeman Clarke

Clarke, James Freeman, D.D., is a grandson of James Freeman (q. v.)> from whom he was named. He was born at Hanover, New Hampshire, April 4, 1810, and graduated at Harvard College, in Arts, in 1829, and in Divinity, 1833. Receiving ordination as a Unitarian Minister, he was Pastor at Louisville, Kentucky, from 1833 to 1840; of the Church of the Disciples, Boston, from 1811 to 1830; and also from 1853. Dr. Clarke for some time edited, whilst at Louisville, The Western Messenger, and is the author of Orthodoxy, its Truths and Errors, 1866; The Christian Doctrine of Forgiveness, 1852; The Christian Doctrine of Prayer, 1854, and other works. In 1844 he published the Hymn Book for the Church of the Disciples. This he enlarged in 1852. To each… Go to person page >

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First Line: Sinner, hast thou wandered far
Author: James Freeman Clarke
Copyright: Public Domain

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Hymns of Grace and Truth #248

Hymns of Grace and Truth. 2nd ed. #d296

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