Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump attends service at First Presbyterian Church in Muscatine, Iowa, Sunday, Jan. 24, 2016. Trump will be holding a rally at Muscatine High School in the afternoon. (AP Photo/Andrew Harnik)
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Donald Trump settled into a fifth row pew of an Iowa church for a lesson in humility on Sunday, a week before primary voting begins in the race for U.S. President.Trump has appeared to struggle to affirm his Christian credentials and during an hour-long service at Muscataine's First Presbyterian Church, the Rev. Dr. Pamela Saturnia also indirectly questioned some of his policy positions.As a candidate, the thrice-married New Yorker has worked to foster relationships with Christian leaders. He received a glowing introduction last week from Jerry Falwell Jr., president of one of the country's most prominent evangelical Christian universities, and on Saturday he campaigned with the Rev. Robert Jeffress of First Baptist Dallas, a megachurch.
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