Evangelical leaders praised Mitt Romney over the weekend after he
sought to reassure Christians who harbor doubts about his Mormon faith
and the depth of his conservative convictions.
Their remarks followed a commencement address the likely Republican
presidential nominee gave Saturday at Liberty University in Lynchburg,
Va., which stressed what he called the importance of Judeo-Christian
values and restated his opposition to gay marriage.
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