By Kendal Sheets Less than a month out from the presidential election, both President Obama and Mitt Romney have done countless interviews. As in any presidential election year, we’ve all been flooded with information about the candidates. President Obama must answer to the unemployment rate.
A Minnesota pastor who lost much of his congregation when he expressed support for same-sex marriage has been asking the public for donations to help pay off a 0,000 loan in hopes of keeping the United Church of Christ church open.It is not a church of inclusion, and the possibility of having a president who supports those beliefs is worrisome.Also, I think it’s important to note that Romney hasn’t just been an innocent bystander in his religion. ” This has been a question troubling Mormon critics since before the book’s publication in 1830.GOP presidential candidate Mitt Romney faced a tense moment during his town hall speech in Green Bay, Wis., a day ahead of the state primary on April 3, when an audience member tried to get him to comment on a race question apparently based on a passage from the Book of Mormon.Romney, who is a member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, has been reluctant to focus on his religion during his campaign, but some conservatives have described their unease with what they perceive to be a domination outside mainstream Christianity.