They turn faith into Pietism, sanctity into morality, and righteousness into a reeking prurience.
This and his stay in England gave an Anglican turn to his German Pietism.
Parallel with the strong reactionary stream of Pietism ran that of the new rationalism, but in the opposite direction.
Those of us who have no form of Pietism feel cut off from making the attempt at all.
The mathematical method of Wolf has been a severe blow to orthodoxy, and it was but partially counteracted by the work of Pietism.
John was a compound of romanticism, Pietism, realism, and naturalism.
She returned to Nohant in 1820, and soon threw off her Pietism in the outdoor exercises of a wholesome country life.
His Journal was read at home by John's step-mother, who inclined to Pietism.
Now this Pietism has some good features about it, but it acts in its own name.
One cannot separate the influence of Pietism and that of the Opera.