pietism

Puritanism vs Pietism - What's the difference?

puritanism | pietism |


As nouns the difference between puritanism and pietism

is that puritanism is the beliefs and practices of the puritans while pietism is (christianity|often capitalized) a movement in the lutheran church in the 17th and 18th centuries, calling for a return to practical and devout christianity.

Pietism vs Piosity - What's the difference?

pietism | piosity |


As nouns the difference between pietism and piosity

is that pietism is (christianity|often capitalized) a movement in the lutheran church in the 17th and 18th centuries, calling for a return to practical and devout christianity while piosity is affected or exaggerated piety.

Pietism vs Deism - What's the difference?

pietism | deism |


As nouns the difference between pietism and deism

is that pietism is (christianity|often capitalized) a movement in the lutheran church in the 17th and 18th centuries, calling for a return to practical and devout christianity while deism is a philosophical belief in the existence of a god (or goddess) knowable through human reason; especially, a belief in a creator god unaccompanied by any belief in supernatural phenomena or specific religious doctrines.

Taxonomy vs Pietism - What's the difference?

taxonomy | pietism |


As nouns the difference between taxonomy and pietism

is that taxonomy is the science or the technique used to make a classification while pietism is (christianity|often capitalized) a movement in the lutheran church in the 17th and 18th centuries, calling for a return to practical and devout christianity.

Pietism vs Pietistic - What's the difference?

pietism | pietistic |


As a noun pietism

is (christianity|often capitalized) a movement in the lutheran church in the 17th and 18th centuries, calling for a return to practical and devout christianity.

As an adjective pietistic is

pertaining to pietism, especially that associated with (luther) and his followers; excessively pious.

Pietism vs Pietist - What's the difference?

pietism | pietist |


As nouns the difference between pietism and pietist

is that pietism is (christianity|often capitalized) a movement in the lutheran church in the 17th and 18th centuries, calling for a return to practical and devout christianity while pietist is a supporter of pietism.

Pietism vs Lutheranism - What's the difference?

pietism | lutheranism |

Pietism is a meronym of lutheranism.

Pietism vs Religiosity - What's the difference?

pietism | religiosity | Synonyms |

Pietism is a synonym of religiosity.


As nouns the difference between pietism and religiosity

is that pietism is (christianity|often capitalized) a movement in the lutheran church in the 17th and 18th centuries, calling for a return to practical and devout christianity while religiosity is the quality of being religious or pious, especially when zealous.

Christianity vs Pietism - What's the difference?

christianity | pietism |

Devout vs Pietism - What's the difference?

devout | pietism |


As nouns the difference between devout and pietism

is that devout is (obsolete) a devotee while pietism is (christianity|often capitalized) a movement in the lutheran church in the 17th and 18th centuries, calling for a return to practical and devout christianity.

As a adjective devout

is devoted to religion or to religious feelings and duties; absorbed in religious exercises; given to devotion; pious; reverent; religious.

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