I used the “Sunday School” line again in this article in the Associated Baptist Press:
Nancy French, who maintains the website www.evangelicalsformitt.org, said she is encouraged by the 53 percent approval rating listed in the survey. As an evangelical Presbyterian living in Columbia, Tenn., she said she encounters many Bible-belt believers who say they “don’t quite get” Mormonism but who know Mormon families and respect their values.
Theology does matter to evangelical voters, and there are certain religions that evangelicals won’t vote for, French said. But if voters look at how Mormon theology “manifests itself politically, we really, really agree,” she added.
“There’s a lot of people in the South who have these really deep theological issues with Mormonism, and they don’t want Governor Romney teaching a Sunday school class, but they realize that we’re so close on the social issues, that Mormons and evangelicals are married on these issues,” she said.