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Romney's visit stirs debate at Christian university

Pat Robertson explained his invitation to Mitt Romney in a memo to faculty, students, and alumni at Regent University. Romney steered clear of his religion in yesterday's address. Pat Robertson explained his invitation to Mitt Romney in a memo to faculty, students, and alumni at Regent University. Romney steered clear of his religion in yesterday's address. (Gary C. Knapp/associated press)
By Scott Helman
Globe Staff / May 6, 2007

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VIRGINIA BEACH, Va. -- Mitt Romney, in a major test of his appeal to religious conservatives, delivered the commencement speech yesterday to the largest-ever graduating class at Regent University, the Christian school founded by televangelist Pat Robertson. (Full article: 1098 words)

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