Latest polls show former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney pulling ahead of Newt Gingrich before Tuesday’s critical Florida GOP primary.

But the former House speaker predicts conservatives will eventually come together and support him. Meanwhile, he is reaching out to evangelicals who propelled him to victory in South Carolina.

Many in the media are puzzled about why Gingrich is doing so well among Christian voters, despite a history of marital infidelity. The answer seems to start with forgiveness.

“Nobody’s perfect,” one voter said. “We all have a history of backgrounds of mistakes, and I think he’s corrected a lot of mistakes in his past.”

“What does that say to you, the sentiment of forgiveness from evangelicals?” CBN News asked the former House speaker.

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