pietism

[ pahy-i-tiz-uhm ]SEE DEFINITION OF pietism
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Those of us who have no form of pietism feel cut off from making the attempt at all.

This and his stay in England gave an Anglican turn to his German pietism.

John was a compound of romanticism, pietism, realism, and naturalism.

His Journal was read at home by John's step-mother, who inclined to pietism.

One cannot separate the influence of Pietism and that of the Opera.

Pietism and sentimentalism have supplanted in a large measure the ethical.

The answers which æstheticism and pietism gave to rationalism were incomplete.

We may be permitted to try to show the meaning of pietism by a concrete example.

Browning's Christianity is wider than our creeds, and is all the more vitally Christian in that it never sinks into pietism.

This pietism, nowhere else so paramount, except for a short period in Siena, constitutes the individuality of Umbria.

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