noun Grundt·vig·ian·ism

Definition of Grundtvigianism

  1. :  a religious movement among Danish Lutherans that arose out of the activities of Nikolai Grundtvig in behalf of the principles of greater religious freedom for both laity and clergy and of the authority of the living Christ as opposed to formal creeds

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