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Charles Venn Pilcher (known as Venn; 4 June 1879 – 4 July 1961) was an Anglican bishop, theologian and writer and translator of hymns.Open LibraryAmongst others he wrote “The Hereafter in Jewish and Christian Thought”, 1937; “ Life in Christ—The Teaching of the Prayer Book for Confirmed Members of the Church of England”, 1945. “That I may know Him—Thoughts on the Holy Communion”, 1947; “The Conduct of Public Worship”, 1948; “Icelandic Christian Classics”, 1949; and “St Paul’s Epistle to the Romans, translated in Paraphrase”, 1951 > British Library website accessed 12:58 GMT 16 February 2011 He was a member and the Secretary of the Australian Hymn Supplement Committee, and author of the Preface to the Australian Hymn Supplement to the Book of Common Praise. He wrote hymns and composed tunes for both the original hymn book (produced in Canada) and for the Australian supplement. He was also a keen supporter of the Zionist cause.

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[Sydney] : Australian Palestine Committee (New South Wales Section), [194-?]
 
 
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Sydney : Australian Palestine Committee New South Wales Section, [1940?]
 
 
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