Belief Bytes: Tuesday’s Religion News Roundup

RNS file photo of David and Goliath painting.

Here is your Religion News Roundup for today:

c. Religion News Service 2012
Reprinted with permission

Super Tuesday is not a new action hero, but could be for Mitt Romney if he crushes it in Ohio and even Tennessee.

It’s possible: The primary state races are tightening, and Romney is leading Rick Santorum in national Republican registered voters’ preferences by 16 percentage points. He has overtaken Santorum among conservatives and weekly churchgoers.

Santorum has locked up the churchgoers at his conservative Virginia parish, including his former pastor, The New Republic reports: “Tell him to be ‘presidential’ in his campaign,” says Anton Justs, now a bishop.

Santorum, who describes himself as a “Bible-believing Christian” to CBN’s David Brody, is thinking more along the lines of David & Goliath. (Guess which one he is.)”

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-Samantha Freda, Wilmington Faith and Values news intern


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