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42) Candidates for the first three offices were chosen by vote and discussion, with the local covenanted congregation taking the active part, but with calling and authorization being of God, to whom all church officers were finally accountable.
In volume three, Elazar tackles an extended case study of American as an "almost covenanted polity" (III: 17)--he borrows the phrase from Abraham Lincoln, whom he views, along with John Winthrop, as one of the primary exemplars of the American covenantal tradition.
57% of the loans in the pool are fixed rate and unhedged, below the covenanted 5%.