(from the article `Labadie, Jean de`) French theologian, a Protestant convert from Roman Catholicism who founded the Labadists, a Pietist community.
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The Labadists were a 17th-century Protestant religious community movement founded by Jean de Labadie (1610–1674), a French pietist. The movement derived its name from that of its founder. ==Jean de Labadie’s life== He had fleeting links with the Oratoire, then Jansenism (on occasions staying with the solitaries of Port-Royal, who received him
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