ad·i·aph·o·ron | \ ˌa-dē-ˈa-fə-ˌrän, -rən \
plural adiaphora\ ˌa-dē-ˈa-fə-rə \
Definition of adiaphoron
1 Stoic philosophy : a matter having no moral merit or demerit
2 : a religious ceremonial or ritual observance that is held to be an affair of the individual conscience because it is neither forbidden nor enjoined by the scriptures
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