A national meeting of Southern Baptists will consider condemning the political movement known as the”alt-right” amid an uproar over the denomination’s commitment to confronting prejudice, The Associated Press reports. Leaders of the faith group initially refused to take up a proposal that they repudiate the political group that emerged dramatically during the U.S. presidential election, mixing racism, white nationalism and populism. Barrett Duke, a Southern Baptist leader who led a committee that decided which resolutions should be considered for a vote, said the resolution as originally written contained inflammatory and broad language “potentially implicating” conservatives who do not…