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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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.