The traditional view taught in most Christian Music/worship classes is:
A hymn is a christian lyric or song that has no repetitious refrain. (it has no chorus sung at the end of each verse.)
A Christian Song is a collection of multiple related Christian lyrics or verses which have a refrain (a chorus) that ties them all together an is repeated after each lyric/verse.
Examples of Hymns:
And Can It Be
How Firm a Foundation
A Mighty Fortress is Our God
Holy, Holy, Holy, Lord God Almighty
O God, Our Help in Ages Past
Joy to the World (and many Christmas hymns/songs you know well)
Examples of Christian Songs:
Victory In Jesus
How Great Thou Art!
The Comforter Has Come
Jesus Paid It All
When We All Get to Heaven
Tis' So Sweet to Trust in Jesus
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Him is the homophone for hymn.
Lyrics binan hymn, all the songs with binan hymn lyrics or containing binan hymn in the title songs about binan hymn. METAL HYMN
Yes, it is a hymn.
Hymn: Hem, Him
The homonym for him is hymn. A hymn is a song. Example: The Battle Hymn of the Republic
When did he write the hymn of labor?"
We sang a hymn in church today.
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