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Faith Factor: Bernie Sanders and Donald Trump March 03, 2016
Presidential candidates Bernie Sanders and Donald Trump couldn't differ more on policy. But when it comes to religion, they have something in common. Sanders, who is a Jewish Democratic Socialist, and Trump, who is a Republican Presbyterian, are viewed as the most secular candidates in the field. The Vermont senator and the boisterous businessman are the subjects of this week's "Faith Factor" series, which looks at how religion is being used-- or not-- in the race for the White House.

Learn more: Paul Heintz on Bernie Sanders at Liberty University and Sarah Posner on "Trumpvangelism."

Click here for part one of our series,  "Faith Factor: Marco Rubio and Ted Cruz."

Paul Heintz, political editor at Seven Days
Sarah Posner, freelance reporter