George Wade Robinson
ROBINSON, George Wade. b. Cork, Ireland, 1838; d. Brighton, 28 January 1877. He was educated at Trinity College, Dublin, before training for the Congregational ministry at New College, London. He served as a Congregational minister at Dublin, London, Dudley (near Birmingham) and Brighton. During his short life he published Lays of a Heart (1867), Iona and other Sonnets (Dublin, 1868), Loveland and Other Poems, chiefly concerning Love (1870, Second Edition, 1873), and Songs in God’s World (1872). Some of his sermons were published as The Philosophy of the Atonement, and other sermons preached at Union Street Chapel, Brighton (1875). He is remembered for the hymn ‘Loved with everlasting...
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