Two recent Times articles have examined the role of religion in the 2012 presidential race.
A Politics Now post addressed who would be the nation's "most religious" president. If Mitt Romney wins the election, would the title go to him? Or would it be held, as a political science professor suggested, by Jimmy Carter?
With that in mind, The Times asked readers on its Facebook page, "How important is a presidential candidate's religiosity when you vote?"
Some of the answers are collected here...
Xiaonan Wang is an intern in The Times' Washington Bureau.