- Movement in especially German (Lutheran) Protes tantism that emphasized sentiment and a pious lifestyle. In the Re public, its leaders were Jean de Labadie and Willem Schortinghuis (1700–1750). In the 19th century, the Swiss-inspired Reveil move ment became a Protestant current that advocated a romantic return to the prerevolutionary era.See also Further reformation.
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