inspirationist

inspirationist

(ˌɪnspɪˈreɪʃənɪst)
n
(Theology) theol an adherent of inspirationism
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Dissenting Baptists, for example, journeyed from New Jersey to western Virginia in 1789 for a fresh start after years of revolutionary and post-revolutionary turbulence; Inspirationists sought to reform themselves, find spiritual purity, and live communally by fleeing the worldly temptations of the burgeoning Erie Canal region for the relative isolation of Amana, Iowa; and the much-harassed Mormons moved several times to pursue their vision in peace.
In great detail different expressions, such as Separatists, Inspirationists, Itinerant Preachers and Prophetic Loners, as well as the Schwarzenau Brethren, Schwenckfelder are described.
A larger historical scope and comparisons to roughly contemporaneous movements--such as including the German inspirationists, the Quakers in England, or the French prophets--would bolster the arguments here.