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Stress on the emotional and personal aspects of religion. 2. Affected or exaggerated piety.

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Beyond Pietism and Prosperity: Religious Resources for
1. Beyond Pietism and Prosperity: Religious Resources for Reconstruction and Reconciliation in Zimbabwe. Gladys Ganiel.
Pietism as an Ecclesiological Heresy
Pietism: Past and Present
considered the beginning of the movement known as Pietism. publication of this book, the subject of Pietism has received increased attention in recent years.
Pietism in Two Worlds - German Historical Institute, Washington, DC
Character Issues Scholasticism versus Pietism: The Battle for the

Suggested News Resources

Was Kierkegaard an evangelical? Part 1
They knew and taught us that Brunner was not exactly an evangelical in our North American sense, but that his pietism made him worthy of study even if we had to be wary of some of his views.
The Church of the Brethren
There these non-conformists – among whom was Alexander Mack, who was influenced by both German Pietism and Anabaptism – gathered at the Eder River to be re-baptised (they were all baptised as infants) to express their fresh commitment to Christ.
Waking the sleeping congregation
What roused the snorers from their pews and woke up the sleeping congregation was Pietism, a European — and, later, worldwide — renewal movement that eventually spawned what historians of Christianity have called “The First Great Awakening.
Book Review: The Good Muslim
He now has a child, Zaid, who rarely sees his father and is suffocated by the strictures of Islamic pietism. Undaunted, Maya rebuilds a life for herself in the city by writing articles in newspapers.
John Stott and the Weary Evangelical
Or we are frustrated with privatistic pietism and long for a faith that engages the world on its own terms. There are many good reasons to be frustrated with evangelicalism—at its worst.

Suggested Web Resources

Pietism - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Philipp Jakob Spener (1635–1705) known as the "Father of Pietism".
Critical Issues Commentary: How Pietism deceives Christians
Pietism is difficult to define because it can be taught and practiced in an unlimited number of ways.
pietism - definition of pietism by the Free Online Dictionary
Stress on the emotional and personal aspects of religion. 2. Affected or exaggerated piety.
Studies in Brethren Pietism

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