In making decisions, Quakers seek neither consensus nor votes: the commitment, instead, is to find a unity that is grounded in divine guidance. God and Decision-Making: A Quaker Approach sets out the processes and disciplines used to achieve this unity. Drawing on insights of social literacy, Jane Mace – a Quaker herself – explores some of the ways that British Quakers today manage this unusual approach to decision-making. Jane Mace’s previous books include The Give and Take of Writing: Scribes, Literacy, and Everyday Life. The many voices she has gathered in God and Decision-Making come from a year’s research funded by a Woodbrooke Quaker Study Centre Eva Koch award.