-The Bible certainly is one of,
if not — I mean, it is the book. -Let’s pray together, may we?
-Yes. -I believe in God.
I am Christian. I’m a Protestant. I’m very proud of it —
Presbyterian, to be exact. I’m Presbyterian. Boy, that’s down the middle
of the road, folks, in all fairness. I mean, Seventh Day Adventists
I don’t know about. I have great relationship
with God. I have great relationship
with the evangelicals. And I go to church a lot. Always on Christmas,
always on Easter, always when
there’s a major occasion, and during the Sundays. I’m a Sunday church person. I like to do the right thing
where I don’t have to actually ask for forgiveness. When we go in church
and when I drink my little wine, which is about the only wine
I drink, and have my little cracker, I guess that’s a form
of asking for forgiveness. And I do that as often
as possible, because I feel cleansed. We were having fun when I said,
“I drink the wine. I eat the cracker.” If I do something wrong, I think
I just try and make it right. I don’t bring God
into that picture. -My wife and I pray for you.
-Thank you. Well, I need it probably more
than anybody in this room. You can stay if you want to, because you need the prayer
more than I do, I think. I want to just pray for Arnold
if we can, for those ratings. I can understand
the evangelicals to a certain extent saying, “Well, maybe he’s not as nice
as we want him to be.” But they also want to see
the country be great. -Why do you think those voters
are drawn to you? -Well, I’m Protestant. I’m Presbyterian,
which means something. Maybe he’s not as perfect
on the Bible, but I did go to Sunday school for many years,
I want to tell you. I get sent Bibles
by a lot of people. -Where are all those
Bibles anyhow now? -Well, actually, we keep them
at a certain place — a very nice place. My second-favorite book
of all time. What’s my first favorite book? -The Bible!
-The Bible! -The Bible is special. The Bible, the more you see it, the more you read it,
the more incredible it is. -Are you an Old Testament guy
or a New Testament guy? -Probably equal. -Proverbs, the chapter,
“Never bend to envy.” I’ve had that thing
all of my life, where your people
are bending to envy. 2 Corinthians, right? 2 Corinthians 3:17. That’s the whole ballgame. There’s no way I would
ever do anything to do negative to a Bible. God is the ultimate. I mean, God created this.
-Yeah. -And, you know, here’s the
Pacific Ocean right behind us. So nobody, no thing —
no, there’s nothing like God.