Robert Robinson (Baptist)

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Robert Robinson (27 September 1735 – 9 June 1790) was an English Dissenter, influential Baptist and scholar who made a lifelong study of the antiquity and history of Christian Baptism. He was also author of the hymns "Come Thou Fount of Every Blessing" and "Mighty God, while angels bless Thee", the former of which he wrote at age 22 after converting to Methodism. The latter was later set to music by Dr John Randall, Music Professor at Cambridge University. Provided by Wikipedia
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by Robinson, Robert, 1735-1790.
Published 1819
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by Robinson, Robert, 1735-1790.
Published 1817
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by Robinson, Robert, 1735-1790.
Published 1790
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by Robinson, Robert, 1735-1790.
Published 1782
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by Robinson, Robert, 1735-1790.
Published 1861
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by Robinson, Robert, 1735-1790.
Published 1840
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by Robinson, Robert, 1735-1790.
Published 1817
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by Robinson, Robert, 1735-1790.
Published 1790
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by Robinson, Robert, 1735-1790.
Published 1817
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by Robinson, Robert, 1735-1790.
Published 1817
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by Robinson, Robert, 1735-1790.
Published 1788
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by Robinson, Robert, 1735-1790.
Published 1782
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by Robinson, Robert, 1735-1790.
Published 1980
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