WASHINGTON - President Barack Obama and Republican challenger Mitt Romney answer questions about their faith in the latest issue of Cathedral Age, the magazine of Washington's National Cathedral.
Romney writes that he was a "lay pastor" in his church, but doesn't use the word Mormon in his answers. Asked to address uneasiness about his faith, Romney calls for tolerance, saying, "Every religion has its own unique doctrines and history."
Obama reiterates his Christian faith but says his job as president does not involve convincing folks that his "faith in Jesus is legitimate and real."
The president and Romney both say their faith commands them to love God and serve others.
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