A foundational concept for this spiritual fellowship is found in 2 Timothy 2:7. Consider what I say, and may the Lord give you understanding in all things. When you think of it this is a very good policy for any fellowship or biblical study group to use. Sometimes any of us can get so caught up in our beliefs and forget that we all think we are right and at some point, arguments begin and hard feeling are soon to follow. Well, if we follow this concept then no one is going to have hard feelings. But differing point of views are inevitable, so let us use that to our good and consider what others say, maybe we can learn from them, especially if the Holy Spirit is the divine host of this study group. So anyone has a revelation, let them explain with supporting Scripture, without interruptions, and then open that precept to open discussion and invite the Holy Spirit to do the teaching in the hearts that are open to discern that precept for truth or error. For those that do not see it the way it was laid out, that is OK because maybe either or both sides need to hear more from the Lord. Debating is not encouraged. Debating can sometimes create hard feelings, but sincere discussion is encouraged as iron sharpening iron as proclaimed in Proverbs 27:17. As iron sharpens iron, so a man sharpens the countenance of his friend.
Scrutinizing any doctrinal belief for biblical support is encouraged and must be done in sincerity and in a spirit of love.
When studying Scripture in this fellowship, the King James is considered the authority. Even though other bibles may be used but the King James is given the authority because it's my opinion that Scripture teaches that time is not going to be a friend to truth. Consider 2 Timothy 3:13. But evil men and impostors will grow worse and worse, deceiving and being deceived.