Literally, "matters of indifference." Beliefs or practices which the sixteenth-century Reformers regarded as being tolerable, in that they were neither explicitly rejected nor stipulated by Scripture. For example, what ministers wore at church services was often regarded as a "matter of indifference." The concept is of importance in that it allowed the sixteenth-century reformers to … Continue reading Adiaphora & More
If you don't already know, this is a post that helps you the reader to become more acquainted with where I - the author of this site - stand on various topics and theological points. Please, keep reading to see where I stand on today's topic. Worship Regulation Church worship time is to be guided … Continue reading On Worship
Quote #48 – G. I. Williamson
What is commanded is right, and what is not is wrong.Williamson's summary of the Regulative Principle This has profound implications for Church worship and government.