|Short Name:||John Hunter|
|Full Name:||Hunter, John, 1849-1917|
Born: July 12, 1848, Aberdeen, Scotland.
Died: September 15, 1917, Hampstead, London, England.
Hunter was educated at Mansfield College, Oxford, and became a Congregational minister. He served at York (1871), Hull (1882), and Trinity Church, Glasgow (1887). He moved to King’s Weigh House Chapel, London, in 1901, returning to Trinity, Glasgow, three years later. A breakdown in health compelled him to resign in 1913. His works include:
Devotional Services for Public Worship, 1886
Hymns of Faith and Life, 1889
Hymns for Faith and Life, 1899
|Texts by John Hunter (2)||As||Authority Languages||Instances|
|Dear Master, in whose life I see||John Hunter (Author)||English||22|
|Love of love, as deep and free||The Rev. John Hunter (Author)||English||2|