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Published: Saturday, Oct. 19 2013 12:00 a.m. MDT

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Temple City, CA

I have great respect for the President's Christianity. I believe (especially after reading his autobiography) that he is a good man, doing his best in a difficult place.

Los Angeles, CA

A good man and more of a Christian than the supposed "Christians" who deny him his faith.

ute alumni
paradise, UT

he attended regularly with his former "preacher" before he became a political liability. Thanks to our dear friends in California for weighing in on spiritual matters and for the one making sure supposed "Christians" are anyone that doesn't believe a guy that does not know how to tell the truth, i.e. school transcripts. spending three million dollars in legal fees to conceal his birth certificate, against gitmo before his is for it, against unlimited spending and deficits before he was for it, against drone attacks before he was for it, blames w for everything, including his own mistakes, fast and furious, benghazi, aca, irs and list list goes on. to me, actions speak louder than words and his actions are making my ears hurt.

Bob A. Bohey
Marlborough, MA

Mr. Obama nurtures his faith under his own vine and fig tree just as the founding fathers of this great, secular, representative republic intended.

george of the jungle
goshen, UT

Belief is only what I can count on or depend on. Truth is only what I can relate it to [relativity]. I don't know the guy, I only know what was ordinary. So for any to be said is out of the ordinary, makes me question.

Common Sense Czar
Sandy, UT

How does one pray to oneself?

Monsieur le prof
Sandy, UT

A "good man" does not worm his way into office by using defamatory (and illegal) tactics to win. He learned racism at the feet of his then pastor Jeremiah Wright and has promoted a socialistic agenda since. I think he may profess to be religious when it suits his purpose, but doubt that he has any real deep Christian belief.
He finds it more convenient to golf on Sunday than attend church. I think his works belie his supposed convictions.

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