Rise up, all ye slaves of evil

Author: Pin Wu

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Translator: Frank W. Price

Frank W. Price was born in Kashing, China, February 25, 1895. His parents P. Frank (Philip Francis) Price and Esther Price were missionaries with the Presbyterian Church U.S.(Southern) near Shanghai. Dr. Price spent his early years in rural China surrounded by native culture and missionary work. Price returned to the United States to finish his education, and in 1915 he received a bachelors degree from Davidson College. From 1915 to 1917, Price was Principal of Hillcrest School, Nanking. He traveled with Chinese labourers to France in December 1918-19 with the Young Men's Christian Association (YMCA). Returning to the United States, Price earned a B.D. from Yale in 1922 and later a Ph.D. in 1938 also from Yale. Price married Essie Ott McClu… Go to person page >

Text Information

First Line: Rise up, all ye slaves of evil
Translator: Frank W. Price (1953)
Author: Pin Wu (1929)
Source: Chinese
Copyright: From Hymns of Universal Praise, revised edition. Copyright © 1977 by the Chinese Christian Literature Council Ltd., Hong Kong.



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