There is no other name under Heaven given among men, whereby we must be saved.@Acts 4:12
Percy Dearmer (1867–1936)

Possibly by a 15th Century German author (Gloriosi Salvatoris); translated from Latin to English by Percy Dearmer (1867–1936).

Oriel Caspar Ett, Canta Sacra 1840 (🔊 pdf nwc).

Caspar Ett (1788–1847)

To the name that is salvation,
Praise and homage let us pay;
Life of every generation,
Law that all the stars obey;
Love and light by whose creation
All that is stands fast today.

Fairest name beyond all speaking,
Fullest end of all desire,
Close, yet far beyond all seeking,
Goodness, beauty, truth, entire;
Wisdom, never vengeance wreaking,
Radiance never vexed with ire.

’Tis the name of mercy, speeding,
Just and unjust with His ray;
Power that rules by patient leading,
Not by force, the easier way;
So that man, in freedom heeding,
May the law of love obey.

Name of awe and name of pleasure,
Glow divine of grace untold;
Sum of values, whose full treasure
Striving art can ne’er unfold;
Sea of virtue passing measure,
Life that doth all life uphold.

Hail, O Father, all creating,
Now, as when the world began;
Master mind, amazed we hail Thee,
As the light-year depths we scan;
Spirit of transcendent union,
True and just Thy ways to man!