A Primer On Pietism (ebook)

A Primer On Pietism (ebook)

5.00 out of 5 based on 4 customer ratings
4 reviews


Primer ebook. In stock N/A . / .


The most common question we get asked concerns our use of the terms “pietism” and “confessionalism.” These two descriptors are in constant rotation among the boys of Theocast. This brief little overview is intended to help catch you up on our conversation. It’s quite possible that we’ll simply put words to what you are already thinking.

The Primer is available in PDF, ePub, Kindle and Audio. Print will be available soon.

4 reviews for A Primer On Pietism (ebook)

  1. 5 out of 5

    (verified owner)

    This book puts words to my Evangelical experience. By accurately contrasting pietism and confessionalism, the sanctification tug-of-war I have experienced is finally identified and makes sense. I definitely recommend.

  2. 5 out of 5

    This is excellent! While “pietism” may be a term you have never used, you have probably experienced it in evangelicalism because, “Evangelicalism is a pietistic movement.” This primer is a helpful introduction to identify why your experience in church or Christianity is wearing you out. It calls out the you-centered, inward-focused, self-obsessed pietism that runs rampant today and invites you to the Jesus-centered world of grace and freedom that is confessionalism; a world that is obsessive over Jesus and His righteous, not you and your progress.

  3. 5 out of 5

    (verified owner)

    This primer not only eloquently articulates the problem that most people can only feel and describe as “something not right” within themselves or their church, but it also provides an answer to anyone struggling with hyper spirituality and moralism. A must read!

  4. 5 out of 5

    (verified owner)

    As a recent convert from Arminianism to Calvinism or Reformed, this primer has blown my mind. Like the guys mention in their “Leaving Pietism” podcast episode, it takes time to adjust your mind to this doctrinal reality, and so it will take time for me. Knowing and believing that you are free in Christ is one thing, living in that reality is another. The big takeaway? For those who are in Christ, God, and God alone, will keep you and sanctify you. Sola Deo Gloria.

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