That is kissing kin to using CENI hermeneutics, coupled with the "silence of Scripture" argument, to interepret what is being said and, IMO, anyone who goes strictly by this will not have a good understanding of scripture and tend to be very legalistic in views.
The CENI appears from the garden of Eden to Revelation, it was supported by all historic scholars and all founders of denominations. The Disciples have roots in the Methodist-Anglican-Catholic church and claim the HIGH CHURCH right to "ammend" or "enhance" the Word of God. Unfortunate for them, the Church of England failed to ratify their rights to go beyond what is written.
The "silence" argument is also well refuted in Scripture and church history. The Disciples/Christian church OWNS the "silence" argument. It goes "if God hath not said thou shalt not then we can do it and YOU must comply."
The "silence" argument means that YOU cannot impose something on ME that is not commanded and not required to carry out the ROLE of the assembly which is to PREACH by READING the Word and preach the Death of Jesus in the Lord's Supper.
Since the Campbells agreed with Christ the Rock Who ordained the qahal, synagogue or Church of Christ in the Wilderness, the historic practice of the Jews, the approved example of Jesus, the restriction defined by the word ekklesia, Paul's use of the "synagogue" word defined inclusively and exclusively, and the historic church of Christ which was not invaded and pervaded by sermonizers and singing as an ACT after 373, they said:
Church is A School of Christ
Worship is Reading and musing the Word of God
If you do not HONOR that minimalist demand on people and ADD your own songs and sermons, Christ defines you as a blasphemer.
Jer 23:16 Thus saith the Lord of hosts,
Hearken not unto the words of the prophets that prophesy unto you;
they make you vain:
they speak a vision of their own heart,
and not out of the mouth of the Lord.
Jer 23:17 They say still unto them that despise me,
The Lord hath said, Ye shall have peace;
and they say unto every one that walketh
after the imagination of his own heart,
No evil shall come upon you.
Despise tthe Word of God:
Blasphēmo , āre,
I. v.a., = blasphēmeō (eccl. Lat.), to revile, reproach, Vulg. 1 Par. 20, 7; God and divine things, to blaspheme: “Christum,