"The central focus of Reformed Protestantism was its interpretation of worship," writes Eire in War Against the Idols (p. 3). Acknowledging this fact in the idea that the regulative principle is just the application of sola Scriptura and the sovereignty of God to worship, Price convincingly argues for a return to Scriptural purity in worship. He maintains the regulative principle of worship, in all its beauty and splendor, as that which came from the hand of God, and as an indispensable component of true Christian piety.
Furthermore, it should be noted, that "it is also important to realize that the regulative principle also provides the basis for the positive work of reformation. That is, it not only requires the exclusion of man-made worship; but it points us to the divine pattern of true worship" (Kevin Reed, John Knox: The Forgotten Reformer).
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