Amazing Grace (disambiguation)


Amazing Grace (disambiguation)

Amazing Grace is a well-known Christian hymn.

Amazing Grace may also refer to:
*"Amazing Grace" (album), 2004 album by Spiritualized
*"Amazing Grace" (Aretha Franklin album), 1972 album by Aretha Franklin
*"Amazing Grace" (2006 film), directed by Michael Apted
*"Amazing Grace "(2000 film), directed by Luis Mandoki
*"Amazing Grace" (1974 film), directed by Stan Lathan
*"Amazing Grace and Chuck", 1987 film directed by Mike Newell
*"Amazing Grace" (book), biography of the life of John Newton, author of the hymn "Amazing Grace", written by John Pollock
* Amazing Grace (children's book), 1991 children's book by Mary Hoffman
*"", 1995 work of nonfiction by writer Jonathan Kozol
*Grace Hopper, computer scientist and mathematician, sometimes referred to as Amazing Grace
*Amazing Grace (comics), fictional supervillain published by DC Comics


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