Stundism

Stundism

the doctrines and practices of a Russian Protestant denomination founded about 1860, especially their emphasis upon evangelism, piety, and communal Bible study and prayer. — Stundist, n.
See also: Protestantism
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But oh, mesdames, if you are not allowed to touch the heart sometimes in spite of syntax, and are not to be loved until you all know the difference between trimeter and tetrameter, may all Poetry go to the deuce, and every schoolmaster perish miserably!
He was particularly interested in Stundism, a Christian sect, and Tolstoy told him about a letter which he had received from a peasant Stundist with a detailed report on the cruel persecutions of the dissents.