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What Is Congregationalism: 

Congregationalism is the belief that the group is the source of human reason, morality and economic prosperity because it is the group that provides the standard by which these things are measured. A Congregationalist is a person who commits to the welfare of a group in a way that makes him or her accountable to the group.

A Congregationalist is simply a member of a group whose members commit themselves to each other usually by making a covenant with each other to care for each other and to support each other. A Congregation is not founded for any purpose but the welfare of the group and has no loyalty or duty to any organization or political body but the members of the Congregation to which the member belongs.

A Congregation is the members who have convented with one another. The Congregation becomes the standard by which individual initiatives are evaluated. The state of the Congregation is the standard by which the actions of the individual are measured and for which the member is held accountable.

What Is Economics: 

Economics is about allocation

The fundamental unit of economics is a rational exchange.

The key problem is how to limit non rational exchanges or the creation of social costs.

The world attempts to do this with pyramidal organizations, hierarchies, economics has focused on capitalism which creates centralized organizations based on ownership of capital.

This creates power relationships and options for exploitation.

Congregationalism is a way to do economics using flat organizational structures that ensure rational exchanges happen.

Some say economics is about the problem of scarcity, how to allocate scarce goods to satisfy infinite needs. Our needs have the potential for causing division. Congregationalism is the only feasible way to allocate scarce good amoungst infinite needs without utilizaing hierarchies and producing conditions which will cause division.

Exchanges are constructed on the Congregational model.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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