What is Pietism?

Pietism was a reaction to the Lutheran Age of Orthodoxy. While it’s often difficult to define, its characteristics are easy to spot even in the modern Lutheran church. Even though Pietism began as a Lutheran movement, it influenced all Protestantism and that influence continues today.

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