Henry van Dyke The Lost Boy

ISBN 13: 9781516938896

The Lost Boy

9781516938896: The Lost Boy

Henry Van Dyke's classic tale of the young Jesus Christ's visit to the temple during Passover has captured the imagination of generations of young readers. Van Dyke creates a compelling, believable tapestry of characters and experiences for the young Jesus--just a boy, loved by his parents, and still learning the lessons he would one day teach all mankind. Christians of all ages will enjoy this warm and loving portrayal, and remember it always. Henry Van Dyke was an American author, professor, and clergyman. He taught English Literature at Princeton for nearly 25 years, and served as minister to Belgium and the Netherlands at the beginning of World War I. His many Christian writings include Christmas stories, essays, and the lyrics to "Joyful Joyful We Adore Thee."

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Henry van Dyke was an American religious writer, lecturer, and clergyman. Educated at the Theological Seminary at Princeton University, van Dyke returned to the school after his graduation as a Professor of English Literature and became an elected member of the American Academy of Arts and Letters. In 1913 he was appointed by President Woodrow Wilson, his former classmate, as the ambassador to the Netherlands and Luxembourg, a job that he maintained throughout the First World War. His most famous short stories include "The Story of the Other Wise Man" and "The First Christmas Tree," which, like many of his other works, centered around moral and religious themes. After a lifetime of public service and religious leadership, Henry van Dyke died in 1933 at the age of 80.

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