Deistic Piety in the Cults of the French Revolution

@article{Lyttle1933DeisticPI,
  title={Deistic Piety in the Cults of the French Revolution},
  author={Charles H. Lyttle},
  journal={Church History},
  year={1933},
  volume={2},
  pages={22 - 40}
}
Apart from the democratized Catholicism of the Civil Constitution of the Clergy (July 12, 1790) the French Revolution occasioned four phenomena of novel significance: (a) The so-called “Cult of Reason” established in effect though not in name by decree of the Convention in November, 1793; (b) The nationalist Decadal fêtes, provided for that same autumn, when the church calendar was replaced by the republican; (c) the “Cult of the Supreme Being” originating in legislation of May 1794 and… 
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