Tokuo Yamaguchi

YAMAGUCHI, Tokuo. b. Nagasaki, Japan, 13 July 1900; d. 1995. Yamaguchi was educated at the Aoyama Gakuin Theological Seminary (1924) and became a minister in the Methodist Church. After serving several Methodist churches, he became pastor of the Toyohashi Church in 1937 which became part of the United Church of Christ in 1941. He served the congregation until his death in 1995. Yamaguchi won an official commendation from the Christian Literature Society of Japan in 1983 for his translation of The Journal of John Wesley (1961) (I-to Loh*, 2011, p. 518). He was the author of the Japanese text ‘Sekai no tomo to te o tsunagi’ (‘Here, O Lord, your servants gather’*).   CMH Further...

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