This article presents an analysis of the notion of indifferent things (adiaphora) in the context of the Protestant Reformation. The previous literature on this notion in the context of the Reformation has focused on the role the Reformation has played with regard to liturgical diversity. Here, however, the focus is primarily on the question of whether among reformers there is an extension of the notion of adiaphora to the doctrinal and moral field.
- Doctrinal minimalism
- Moral neutrality