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Sunday, February 20, 2011 

A Wonderful Definition Of Pietism

Today’s quote of the day comes from a friend of mine over at Facebook:


___________ Pietism: making people feel guilty for doing things that God has not forbidden, and making them feel guilty for not doing things that God has not commanded.

There is nothing more I could add to this brilliant and succinct description of pietism except to say amen!

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Nice one!

I'll remember that one!

Thanks, Frank!

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