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Sarah Palin told a Christian broadcaster she learned her husband was seeking a divorce in an email from his attorney. The revelation came in an interview released Tuesday with James Dobson, founder of the Family Talk Christian ministry. He said the interview had been conducted previously. Palin said she received an email June 19 from the attorney, almost three months before Todd Palin filed for divorce on his birthday in September.

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She described the filing that came shortly after their 31st wedding anniversary as devastating. Palin said they're going through counseling and their marriage isn't "over, over. Dobson had asked how people could pray for her. Palin said the prayer would be for "God's will to be done, but that God would make sure that we know that the grass isn't always greener on the other side And "it still has to be mowed," Dobson said, interrupting her. Palin later said God doesn't want families to split up. It helps make America that much greater, is that security of family, and I'm not to the point of wanting mine to be split," she said.

She is a former Fox News contributor who has written books and for years had a political action committee.

Sarah Palin's Religion: God and the Vice-Presidential Candidate

She described to Dobson the last year as being in a "lull. She said it wouldn't help going through this period of her life if the media were "hounding" her. She said maybe that is one of the reasons for the lull. She described the filing that came shortly after their 31st wedding anniversary as devastating.

God, Prayer, and Sarah Palin

Palin said they're going through counseling and their marriage isn't "over, over. Dobson had asked how people could pray for her. Palin said the prayer would be for "God's will to be done, but that God would make sure that we know that the grass isn't always greener on the other side And "it still has to be mowed," Dobson said, interrupting her.

Palin later said God doesn't want families to split up. It helps make America that much greater, is that security of family, and I'm not to the point of wanting mine to be split," she said.

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A message seeking comment was left for an attorney believed to be representing Todd Palin. Palin was the Republican vice-presidential nominee. Palin's Christian faith is, well, a matter of faith; that her Christian resume helped earn her a spot on the Republican ticket is understood.


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But what does she believe about God, really? More important, how does her religious faith affect her life and inform her decision-making day to day, and in crisis? In an interview with the Christian Broadcasting Network last week, Palin addressed these questions but did not answer them. The governor said she prayed and that she believed that God protected America. She took a swipe at the media for "mocking God" in the campaign and then went on to say, "I don't think that there's anything that I can do about it, so you know, I won't whine or complain about it, but nobody is going to convince me that my foundation of faith is not good for me and for my family.

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No matter the mocking, no matter what anybody says about it, I'm going to keep plugging away at this, and I'm going to keep seeking God's guidance and his wisdom and his favor and his grace, for me, for my family, for this campaign, for our nation. Palin left Wasilla Assembly of God in though she made frequent visits thereafter , and joined Wasilla Bible Church, a bigger, more conventional congregation nearby. Her former pastor Paul Riley says she chose the Bible church because she preferred the children's programs there; others hint that the Bible church is a safer choice for an ambitious politician.

Wasilla Bible is a very conservative church and therefore it's comfortable for politicians to be there and be part of it," says Bill White, a member of Wasilla Bible Church for 20 years. The McCain campaign has had little to say on Palin's religion, except that she does not identify as a Pentecostal and that her faith "is a personal matter. In September, the Web site of the Juneau Christian Center, which Palin attended as governor, was heralding an upcoming visit from the Rev.

John Hagee, from whom McCain had to distance himself after Hagee's anti-Islam comments came to light.

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That announcement is now gone. Both churches have posted statements online confirming Palin's attendance, supporting the electoral process, and begging for privacy. Though we may never know what Palin really believes about God, we do know a lot about the religious milieu in which she lives, an environment that puts her both squarely within and somewhat outside the American Christian mainstream.

This worldview can best be summed up as "very conservative Christian plus Alaska.

Members of the Assemblies of God believe the world will end in a fiery battle sooner rather than later; that the forces of good that is, Christians will win, and Jesus will return to earth to reign for a thousand years. This belief is common among many conservative evangelicals, not just Pentecostals. According to a September piece on Salon.

No analysis of Palin's faith is complete without taking into account the Last Frontier.