Christian soldier

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From Christian + soldier; after Ephesians 6:10-17, where spiritual strengths are compared to the accoutrements of a soldier.


Christian soldier (plural Christian soldiers)

  1. (figuratively) A devout and zealous Christian, especially one who proselytizes.
    • 1878, Charles Walford, The Christian soldier's manual of prayer, page 8:
      The Christian Soldier should never fail to read his Bible;
  2. A person or group of people that believe in the use of force with arms to do God's work.[1]

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