The Pew Forum has put up its “religious biography” of Sarah Palin.
Here’s some more:
Wasilla Assembly of God’s website says Palin attended the church until 2002. Media reports have connected Palin with several churches since then, including Juneau Christian Center, which has a pentecostal history; The Church on the Rock, a nondenominational, evangelical congregation; and Wasilla Bible Church, a nondenominational, evangelical church where the Palins’ baby, Trig, was recently part of a dedication ceremony in which parents ask for a congregation’s help to raise their child as a Christian.
A spokeswoman for the McCain-Palin campaign has said Palin attends different churches and does not consider herself a pentecostal. Shortly before her surprise selection as McCain’s running mate, Time magazine asked Palin what her religion is. Palin responded, “Christian.” When asked if she was any particular type of Christian, she answered, “No. Bible-believing Christian.”