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The hymn talks about Christians as being soldiers of Christ in renouncing violence, and helping people, and the Salvation Army, a charity opposed to all wars, chose it as its main processional hymn.
His topics include covenant and revival, for family and country, God's will, embracing emancipation, compromise and conflict, and soldiers of Christ.
Soldiers of Christ Arise will have to go and, indeed, in the baptism service, the newly-baptised infant can no longer be referred to as a soldier of Christ.
That development has sent a few loyal soldiers of Christ at St Augustine Catholic Church into aggressive-defense mode.
They reconstruct the history of the Templars/Masons from the creation of the Poor Fellow Soldiers of Christ and the Temple of Solomon in the Middle Ages to the influence of Freemasonry in America at the end of the American Revolution.
In her recent study of preaching in France in the late Middle Ages and Reformation Soldiers of Christ, Larissa Taylor argues that sixteenth-century preachers were less likely than their medieval predecessors to present positive images of women in their sermons.