Gerhardt, Paul (c.1607–76). German Christian hymn-writer. Apart from Luther's own, his hymns are often held to be the finest of the Lutheran tradition. His hymns mark a transition from the objective orthodoxy of earlier Lutheran hymns to the personal piety of more modern compositions.
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