Various Denominations Attittude toward Hymns
- High versus Low Church
- The Plymouth Brethren
- The Disappearance of Hell from Revival Hymns in the 1870s
The Hymn as a Literary Form
- Rhetoric and Structure
- Relations to Secular Poetry
Political and Social Contexts
- The Importance of Hymns
- Gender Matters
- Class and Society
- Anonymous, "Jerusalem, my happy home"
- Anonymous, "Lord! may the inward grace abound"
- William Cowper, "Old Testament Gospel"
- Joseph Griggs, "Behold! a Stranger's at the door!"
- Julia Ward Howe, Battle Hymn of the Republic
- William Montague Toplady, "Rock of Ages; other mentions and Fairbairn's criticism.
- William Montague Toplady, "Deathless principle, arise! (second example)
- John Newton, Olney Hymns
- Isaac Watts, "Captain and Conqueror"
- Isaac Watts, "Go, worship at Immanuel's feet"
- Isaac Watts, "There is a land of pure delight"
- William Williams, "Guide me, O Thou great Jehovah!"
- A Collection of Hymns, for the Use of the People Called Methodists by John Wesley (HTML at CCEL)
Last modified 6 May 2007