The personal faith of the presidential candidates has been a hot topic in this year's race for the White House.
Some argue that the religious right has lost its political clout. But is the voice of the values voter dead?
Bishop Harry Jackson, pastor and radio show host, and Family Research Council's Tony Perkins say the religious right is very much alive.
They that it's maturing and expanding, and is in a better position than ever to influence public policy in America.
Perkins and Jackson have recently co-authored a book, called Personal Faith; Public Policy. The book explores what Christians must do to come together on core issues.
Watch Bishop Jackson and Perkins discuss the seven core issues Christians must agree on.