Each presidential candidate for Election 2016 has a religious background and current ideas about the place of God in the political square. Their positions on faith and liberty are often complex, and strongly impact their ideas about public life and the political policies that govern much of it. Understanding the nexus between religious beliefs and political rhetoric is critical in evaluating the direction each candidate would take the country.
What do the presidential candidates believe? How do they identify their religion? Where do they worship? How do their beliefs affect their political platforms?
Patheos offers the information you need to weigh the religious angles of each candidacy.
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