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Don't think from this rhapsody that I am undergoing a fit of pietistic exaltation.
JULIA WARD HOWELAURA E. RICHARDS
Baumgarten, though he did not renounce the Pietistic doctrine, began the process which Semler completed.
With his Pietistic views Brorson naturally deplored such a misuse of the season.
As long as the work was mostly in country villages the preaching was naturally of the Pietistic type.
There was nothing of the ethereal, the spiritual, the pietistic, or the pathetic about him.
Pecuniary profit he had never sought, and its pursuit he scorned.196 His views were dynamico-organic, pietistic, and antagonistic.
He presents the matter succinctly, thus perhaps giving clarity to current pietistic phraseology.
The later German hymn-writers of the 19th century belong, generally, to the revived “Pietistic” school.
His mind was sombre and pietistic, and his imagination bizarre and vivid.
OLD CONTINENTAL TOWNSWALTER M. GALLICHAN
Brorson was a product of the Pietistic movement emanating from Halle, in Germany.
THE STORY OF OUR HYMNSERNEST EDWIN RYDEN

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