How do Christians ensure that their faith is alive, active and led by the Holy Spirit? How do we keep our congregations vibrant, focused on scripture and compelled to love our neighbors as Christ loved us? These questions are not new. Each generation of Christians has had to answer them and our history is an indispensable guide as the church continuously seeks renewal. God’s Glory, Neighbors Good tells the story of Pietism, a 17th century movement that called Christians to focus on the Bible, the need for spiritual rebirth and personal transformation. This feature length documentary reveals how Pietism helped shape modern evangelicalism and how it helps us understand issues confronting the church today.
Video Librarian, September/October 2017
The historical roots of modern-day Evangelicalism, which emphasizes spiritual rebirth and personal fidelity to Scripture, lie in Pietism, a 17th-century religious movement inspired by the work of theologian Philipp Spener. PIetism resonated with Christian reformists who saw their religion
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