Our take: Voters may not care about which faith a candidate belongs to, but they do care whether he or she is a person of faith. In a separate interviews with Cathedral Age, a quarterly magazine of the Washington National Cathedral, President Barak Obama and Republican challenger Mitt Romney spoke about their faith and their views on the constitutional separation of church and state.
President Obama and Republican challenger Mitt Romney, interviewed separately by a religious magazine, addressed skeptics who question their faith and offered divergent views of the separation of church and state.
Their remarks were published in the midsummer issue of Cathedral Age, a quarterly magazine of the Washington National Cathedral, which said the interviews produced the most transparent look yet into the faith of the two candidates.
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