The Washington Post writes:
A Pew poll out today draws a fine line: It is important for presidential aspirants to be seen as religious, but most do not get a big bump from being perceived as “very religious.” The new data also show how little the public knows about the religious and social views of the top presidential contenders as the campaigns kick into high-gear.
Is there such a thing as being ‘too religious’? Apparently, when it comes to politics, there is. This perspective of religion flies in the face of the all or nothing nature of the gospel portrayed in Scripture. What does it profit a man (or woman) if they gain the presidency of the United States yet forfeit their soul?