Count von Zinsendorf
Count von Zinsendorf led the pietist movement in Germany. There sprang up in several
countries of Europe a fervent religious revival, of which Pietism and Methodism are
perhaps the most interesting and important examples. He attempted to spark a "religion of the heart" and, ignoring dogma to a certain extent, appealed to sentiment and a common morality.
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