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Question #123440
3. One of the most significant aspects of the Great Awakening is its emphasis on pietism. Schweikart & Allen describe this as “evangelically active and liturgically lax.” (p. 97) What is pietism?
a) A stress on the ability of individuals to feel free to embrace worldly labors and activities because the piety or sinless nature of Christ paid for all sin for all time.
b) An emphasis on adhering to the Westminster Confession (creed) as a means of truly understanding the way of salvation.
c) An emphasis on a Christian’s personal relationship with God and the need to follow Him in action and deed as well as thought and emotion.
d) All of the above.
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2020-06-23T13:01:25-0400

C. An emphasis on a Christian’s personal relationship with God and the need to follow Him in action and deed as well as thought and emotion


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