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Evangelical leader considers Romney’s Mormonism

October 19, 2012

One of them is Dr. Frank Wright, president of National Religious Broadcasters, who recognizes there are huge theological differences in the understanding of most Christians and many Mormons.

Wright "Governor Romney himself has acknowledged that there are significant differences between the things that he believes and that Christians believe," Wright says.

"But when it comes to matters of public policy, questions of the size and scope of government, questions of religious freedom, in so many different areas, I think his views line up very well with the views of many evangelical Christians."


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