John Newton
Scottish Pipes play the beautiful hymn, with the story of how it was written.
Charles Wesley
The classic Charles Wesley hymn And Can it be That I should Gain from Songs of Praise broadcast Sun 21 Oct 2007.
Norman Lacy
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Mike Breen (pastor)
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Timothy Dudley-Smith
Timothy Dudley-Smith OBE (born 26 December 1926) is an English hymnwriter and a retired bishop of the Church of England.Born in Manchester, United Kingdom, he was educated at Tonbridge School and Pemb...
Broughton Knox
David Broughton Knox (26 December 1916 - 14 January 1994) was principal of Moore Theological College from 1959 until 1985; and considered by some as the "Father of Contemporary Sydney Anglicanism".Kno...
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Tim Hughes
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Stuart Blanch, Baron Blanch
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Sandy Millar
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N. T. Wright
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Hannah More
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Denis Alexander
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David Watson (evangelist)
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Watson was educated at Bedford School (1940-1946), at Wellington College (1946-1951), and at St. ...
Thomas Scott (commentator)
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Charlotte Elizabeth Tonna
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T. C. Hammond
Thomas Chatterton Hammond (born in Cork, Ireland on 20 February 1877 and died in Sydney, Australia on 16 November 1961) was an Irish Anglican cleric whose work on reformed theology and Protestant apol...
Norman Anderson (missionary)
Sir (James) Norman Dalrymple Anderson OBE, QC (1908–1994) was an English missionary and academic Arabist.
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Graham Dow
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John Newton
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Wallace Benn
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Christopher Smart
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Benjamin Ingham
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John Stott
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Michael Saward
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E. J. H. Nash
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Nicky Gumbel
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Alexander Dallas (priest)
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John Zeller
John Zeller, also known by his German name Johannes Zeller, was a 19th-century Protestant missionary in Ottoman Palestine. Zeller's four decades left a lasting impact in the areas of Protestant Christ...