By Stan Guthrie
Mitt Romney’s impressive (albeit imperfect) professional resume will never convince a huge chunk of the country’s citizens to vote for him—including many evangelical Christians. Nor will anything else he says or does during the primary season or—if he gets that far—the presidential campaign. And this is not just because of disagreement with his political policies—that accounts for some of it, but not all. What’s the other reason?
Mitt Romney is a Mormon.
The issue has new cogency as Texas pastor Robert Jeffress, a supporter of the evangelical Rick Perry, has just claimed that Mitt Romney belongs to a cult.
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