As Mitt Romney continues his fight for the Republican presidential nomination, the media and political observers continue to highlight his Mormon faith. Evangelicals, especially, have been vocal on the subject, with some calling Mormonism a "cult," and others questioning whether they could ever support a candidate who is committed to a religion that is so theologically different. In this video, theologians The Rev. Dr. Serene Jones and The Rev. Dr. Richard Mouw explain the differences between the traditional Christian theology and Mormonism. And Mark DeMoss, an evangelical and senior advisor on Romney's campaign, explains why divisive language when it comes to faith is so dangerous.
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