After winning the presidency by a paper-thin margin and navigating weeks of legal maneuvers over the outcome, President-elect George W. Bush faces the daunting task of how to bring together a nation sharply divided between two candidates. It’s a challenge familiar to many Baptist churches. Unlike many churches, Baptists have a congregational polity. Each local church decides in democratic fashion…
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