Regulative principle

Regulative principle

"Regulative principle" can refer to:

* Regulative principle of worship, the concept in Calvinism that only what explicitly God has commanded in the Bible should be allowed in Christian worship
* Regulative principle (philosophy), in philosophy after Kant refers to a principle for the conduct of inquiry, for instance, a heuristic or a norm


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