pietistical


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Adj.1.pietistical - of or relating to Pietism; "the Pietistic movement"
2.pietistical - excessively or hypocritically pious; "a sickening sanctimonious smile"
pious - having or showing or expressing reverence for a deity; "pious readings"

pietistical

adjective
Deeply concerned with God and the beliefs and practice of religion:
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The text then proceeds historically in its analysis of the development of christological doctrine that begins with the Church Fathers and moves on to treat medieval, Reformational, Pietistical, and modern philosophical Christology, before concluding with an analysis of the pluralism of modern Catholic and Protestant theology.
He was born during the gloomy and despotic last years of Louis XIV, when the king was dominated by his pietistical morganatic wife Mme de Maintenon, and cared only for the laborious grandiosity of Versailles and Marly.