Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump holds up a Bible that was given to him by his mother as he speaks during the Values Voter Summit in Washington, D.C., on Sept. 25, 2015. Jose Luis Magana/AP hide caption

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What Does Trump's Promise Of A Nation 'Under One God' Really Mean?

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'Cultural Mormons' Adjust The Lifestyle But Keep The Label

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NGC 3597, seen in this Hubble Space Telescope image, is the product of a collision between two good-sized galaxies, and is slowly evolving to become a giant elliptical galaxy. ESA/NASA hide caption

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Brother William Valle of the Institute of the Incarnate Word in Chillum, Md., loads potatoes onto his cart at the Capitol Area Food Bank, in Washington, D.C. A new government initiative seeks to engage faith-based groups on food waste — for instance, by using their existing relationships with food banks to redirect excess food to the hungry. Sarah L. Voisin/The Washington Post via Getty Images hide caption

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A mosaic in the sidewalk in front of Countryside United Church of Christ in Omaha. "We love our building. There is literally no good reason to move whatsoever, except to follow this Tri-Faith Initiative," says the Rev. Eric Elnes. Frank Morris/KCUR hide caption

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In America's Heartland, Building One Home For Three Faiths

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Two mourners kiss outside the Bataclan concert hall, one of the sites of Friday's terrorist attacks in Paris, now adorned with a banner reading "Freedom is an indestructible monument." Peter Dejong/AP hide caption

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Oprah Winfrey will join the board and will lend her name and image to Weight Watchers marketing. Brynn Anderson/AP hide caption

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Oprah Hopes Her Midas Touch Gilds Her OWN Series, 'Belief'

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As an Army chaplain in Iraq, David Peters administered last rites and grieved with survivors. When he came home, he says, he "fell apart emotionally and spiritually." Courtesy of Robert K. Chambers hide caption

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An Army Chaplain, First Tested By War, Finds His Faith Renewed

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As Social Issues Drive Young From Church, Leaders Try To Keep Them

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