Gov. Rick Perry, after a God and country sermon attended by dozens of political candidates Sunday, said that he agreed with the minister that non-Christians will be condemned to hell.
"In my faith, that's what it says, and I'm a believer of that," the governor said.
To be fair (I guess) he did backtrack a little bit after that:
A little later at another stop, the Republican incumbent clarified his beliefs.
"I don't know that there's any human being that has the ability to interpret what God and his final decision-making is going to be," Mr. Perry said. "That's what the faith says. I understand, and my caveat there is that an all-knowing God certainly transcends my personal ability to make that judgment black and white."
So in other words, he believes that those not saved by Jesus are going to hell, but God could've meant something else or could change his mind entirely.
Anyway this is more amusing than anything else. Very few who call themselves a Christian get by without believing that somebody's going to hell. It's just funny when one of them has to say it out loud.