Definitions

from The Century Dictionary.

  • noun Plural of adiaphoron.

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  • adjective Alternative spelling of adiaphorous.

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Examples

  • It is what the Lutherans call adiaphora--things "indifferent" or non-essential.

    You have taken her to yourself

  • It is what the Lutherans call adiaphora--things "indifferent" or non-essential.

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  • It is what the Lutherans call adiaphora--things "indifferent" or non-essential.

    Why I believe in the Assumption of Mary

  • Neither does it lie in the observance of other things which are called adiaphora, but because the kingdom of

    Apology of the Augsburg Confession

  • (and always defer to the Epistles over the Gospels); (7) mission means importing their debates and factions to other churches; and (8) The word "adiaphora" is considered an almost expletive ...

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  • The answer to the question “what are things like by nature?” is given by a sequence of three epithets; things are said to be adiaphora and astathmêta and anepikrita.

    Picnic

  • Nominal Protestants like Lady Ashton identify liberality with an extreme tolerationist position, which holds that all visible differences are fundamentally adiaphora things indifferent.

    Verschoyle

  • If the matter is adiaphora that sort of disagreement could be acceptable, but if it's adiaphora it becomes less clear to me why the diocese insists that only male priests can serve in the diocese for longer than whatever the grace period is.

    Common sense trumps bad theology

  • Rather, he views them as "indifferents" (adiaphora).

    Moral Character

  • Nominal Protestants like Lady Ashton identify liberality with an extreme tolerationist position, which holds that all visible differences are fundamentally adiaphora things indifferent.

    The Little Professor:

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