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Following the Revocation of the Edict of Nantes, French Protestants recanted or went into exile. But among those who recanted, some continued to practice in secret, read the Bible and sing psalms within the family circle or in secret "Church of the Desert" meetings


Religion in the
 Religion in the "Desert" period (1715-1787)
Prophetic Movement
 Prophetic Movement
Religious practice in the time of the
 Religious practice in the time of the "Desert"
Pastors of the
 Pastors of the "Church of the Desert"
The Lausanne Theological Seminary (1726-1812)
 The Lausanne Theological Seminary (1726-1812)
 "Church of the Desert" Synods
Memorabilia from
 Memorabilia from "underground" life
The Gibert brothers
 The Gibert brothers
Jean Jarousseau (1729-1819)
 Jean Jarousseau (1729-1819)
 
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