Making Decisions by Consensus

Making decisions by consensus is the way that fallible and finite people are able to agree upon what God’s will is and then do it. Basileians are Friends of God who, in our primary discipline of governing from the Table, integrate the practice of making decisions by consensus with welcoming all to the Table and creating wealth, giving and tithing.

Also see Apostolic Rule of Faith, Certain Knowledge, Consensus Decision-Making, Friends of God, and Govern.