Editor’s note: As your group gathers for study and discussion, everyone also brings with them their viewpoints and perspectives. Sometimes, when these views enter the realm of politics (or a related polarized issue), discussion can become difficult and relationships threatened. David Adams offers some thoughts on the role of the leader in helping groups truly have good discussions while also avoiding the dangerous waters of political discourse.
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