The Religion News Service has a handy run-down of five faith facts for each of the candidates considered front-runners for this November’s presidential election. Highlights include Donald Trump‘s Bible collection, Hillary Clinton‘s daily prayer practice, and John Kasich‘s bi-weekly literalist Bible study group.
Reporting on last night’s Iowa caucuses, RNS notes
Sen.Ted Cruz began his Iowa caucus victory speech with “To God be the glory!” Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton’s not-exactly-victory speech concluded with “God bless America.” She was locked in “a virtual tie,” as rival Sen. Bernie Sanders said in his no-mention-of-God speech.
Find five faith facts about your favorite candidate here (or add your own in the comments).
Featured image: “Republican presidential candidate Ted Cruz kisses his wife, Heidi Cruz, after winning at his Iowa caucus night rally in Des Moines, Iowa, on Feb. 1, 2016. REUTERS/Jim Young TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY – RTX250O6” – via RNS