|Short Name:||John Bajus|
|Full Name:||Bajus, John, 1901-1971|
Born: April 5, 1901, Raritan, New Jersey.
Died: August 14, 1971, Norridge, Illinois.
Bajus graduated from Concordia Seminary, St. Louis, Missouri (1925), and pastored in Granite City, West Frankfort, Staunton and Norridge, Illinois. He was first vice-president of the Slovak Evangelical Lutheran Church (1949-59) and member of its board of directors. He was also the synod archivist (1949-69), a member of the committee for merger with the Missouri Synod, editor of the Courier, director of the Slovak Lutheran Hour, and member of the Synodical Conference Hymnology Committee.
Christ the Lord to Us Is Born
Jesus Christ, Our Lord Most Holy (1939)
Lo, Judah’s Lion Wins the Strife
|Texts by John Bajus (4)||As||Instances|
|Christ the Lord to us is born, Hallelujah||John Bajus (Translator (st. 5-6))||1|
|In the resurrection, in the resurrection, We do not trust||John Bajus (Translator)||2|
|Jesus Christ, our Lord most holy||J. Bajus, 1901-71 (Translator)||6|
|Lo, Judah's Lion wins the strife||John Bajus (Translator)||2|