NPR, famously Republican, conservative and moral as far as family values goes (oops, my mistake, that's not NPR, but they are, in fact, reporting, as seen in the link below) has reported that Southern Baptist Bill Clinton planned to dump his Methodist wife.
It isn't news because Bill's a Baptist, and no one really believes Hillary follows the conservative teachings of Methodist founder John Wesley, or Wesley's inspiration, Jesus Christ of Nazareth. As far as Bill's view, who knows? The jury is still out whether he is a Christian who has slipped away, struggles but holds tight, or is just a pretender. God gets to make that call. Any Christian will tell you that all have slipped and fallen short of the glory of God (goodness knows, if they don't, they are illiterate), and might not be willing to judge Bill Clinton.
It is news because someone made it news, and Hillary's free ride is ending. That said, expect dirt to be dished back and around from Barack Obama, from Republican counterparts. I expect this election to be the dirtiest in history.
We aren't concerned. There is absolutely no evidence Hillary Clinton supporters will concern themselves with marital issues as a sway in voting patterns.
The books NPR is reporting about are A Woman in Charge: The Life of Hillary Rodham Clinton by Carl Bernstein and Her Way: The Hopes and Ambitions of Hillary Rodham Clinton by Jeff Gerth and Don Van Natta Jr.