Rev. William McKissic, left, of Arlington, Texas, shakes hands with Barrett Duke, right, chairman of the 2017 Committee on Resolutions, after McKissic’s resolution to condemn “alt-right” white supremacy was voted on and passed at the Southern Baptist Convention annual meeting Wednesday in Phoenix.
Rev. William McKissic, left, of Arlington, Texas, shakes hands with Barrett Duke, right, chairman of the 2017 Committee on Resolutions, after McKissic’s resolution to condemn “alt-right” white supremacy was voted on and passed at the Southern Baptist Convention annual meeting Wednesday in Phoenix. Ross D. Franklin AP
Rev. William McKissic, left, of Arlington, Texas, shakes hands with Barrett Duke, right, chairman of the 2017 Committee on Resolutions, after McKissic’s resolution to condemn “alt-right” white supremacy was voted on and passed at the Southern Baptist Convention annual meeting Wednesday in Phoenix. Ross D. Franklin AP

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