Religion has played a role in the development of our world for thousands of years. Here we can discuss what we believe and maybe learn what others believe.
Mitt Romney and President Obama both have shaky credentials as Christians, according to their religious critics. Their critics are asking the wrong questions. Published 8:02 p.m. September 1, 2012 - Comments
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