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The Christogenea Hymnal By James N. Jester
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The Christogenea Hymnal contains 108 traditional hymns, topical index, alphabetical index, an Appendix which contains two articles, “What is Christian Identity?” and “Model... More > Prayers.” The prayers and hymns in the back will be a great resource for church or for family worship. This compilation of hymns relies heavily upon the post-Reformation period. There are hymns traditionally known as Methodist, Baptist, or Lutheran hymns. Now there are hymns that will come to be known as Christian Identity hymns, such as, “O Israel Awaken,” or “Jerusalem” (The Glastonbury Hymn), or “God’s Covenant People.” The Christogenea Hymnal features eight hymns by pastor and hymnist, Joseph Irons (1785-1852). Most have never heard of Irons although he wrote nearly as many hymns as Isaac Watts. It is said that Irons’ hymns did not gain popularity because of their “strong Calvinistic teaching” (Dictionary of Hymnology, 1907). This version of the Christogenea Hymnal is coil-bound so it lays flat for the musician.< Less
The Christogenea Hymnal By James N. Jester
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The Christogenea Hymnal contains 108 traditional hymns, topical index, alphabetical index, an Appendix which contains two articles, “What is Christian Identity?” and “Model... More > Prayers.” The prayers and hymns in the back will be a great resource for church or for family worship. This compilation of hymns relies heavily upon the post-Reformation period. There are hymns traditionally known as Methodist, Baptist, or Lutheran hymns. Now there are hymns that will come to be known as Christian Identity hymns, such as, “O Israel Awaken,” or “Jerusalem” (The Glastonbury Hymn), or “God’s Covenant People.” Additionally, the Christogenea Hymnal features eight hymns by pastor and hymnist, Joseph Irons (1785-1852). Most have never heard of Irons although he wrote nearly as many hymns as Isaac Watts, considered by many as the greatest name among hymn-writers. It is said that Irons’ hymns did not gain popularity because of their “strong Calvinistic teaching” (Dictionary of Hymnology, 1907).< Less

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