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A Swedish House Church Movement of Revival

Posted on by John Armstrong

Pietism produced many expressions and forms. In the end, Pietism was a rival/renewal movement in the centuries following the Reformed and Lutheran Reformations of the sixteenth century. I personally believe the post-Reformation produced a new type of scholasticism that help to reduce the flame of reformation to a flicker. Pietism is quite often seen by modern Reformed and Lutheran confessional adherents as a bad development. If you believe in church renewal and the work of the Spirit you should rethink this idea.

John H. Armstrong
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President, ACT 3 Network, and author of Your Church Is Too Small (2010) and The Unity Factor (2011). Teacher, mentor and missional collaborator. Minister in Reformed Church (RCA).  johna1949@gmail.com






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