was born on February 27, 1867, in Kilburn, Middlesex,
England. He was educated at Westminster and at Christ
Church, Oxford. Author, minister, professor, and
hymnologist, Dreamer introduced to us the now famous song
Morning Has Broken,
in his 1931 edition of Songs of Praise. He
died on May 29, 1936 in London, England, and was buried at
Westminster Abbey, London, England.
wrote concerning the first edition of The Legend of Hell
“When I was in France
during the war I used to ask the men to put questions in a
box. The question most frequently asked was ‘How can a just
God send people to everlasting torment?’” Hence the need for
this book. Deals with all aspects of the subject, without
shirking any of its difficulties.