Dyson Hague

Dyson Hague (1857-1935) was a conservative Canadian Anglican evangelical and contributor to the early, scholarly phase of American fundamentalism. Hague served as Rector of:

He was also Lecturer in Liturgics and Ecclesiology at Wycliffe College, Toronto, Canada.

Online writings

Other writings

  • Dyson Hague, The Life And Work Of John Wycliffe, London: Church Book Room, 1935.

The National Library of Canada lists 31 documents authored by Dyson, including:

  • The Story of the English Book of Common Prayer: its origin and developments : with special chapters on the Scottish, Irish, American and Canadian prayer books 1930.
  • The Wonder of the Gospel, c1925.
  • St. Andrew's Work : the best work in the world : some thoughts about personal work for souls, and the methods of winning others to Christ by individual effort c1895.

    • Swedish translation by "E. L-g", Andreas-arbete. Tankar och råd angående personligt arbete för Kristus, 1913.
  • The New Birth, its necessity and operation, Prairie Book Room

  • The Atonement: a historical and theological study, London Print. & Litho. Co., London Ontario, 1912.

  • Jonah, the book and the man: a twentieth century message, Haynes Press, Toronto, c1910.

  • The Evangelical and Scholarship, Maccomb Press, Toronto, c1930.