White, who views popular megachurch pastor T.D. Jakes as a spiritual father, is commonly viewed as a prosperity preacher. Prosperity preachers are known to teach that God's material blessings can be won by Christians who give financially, usually to these preachers' own ministries or by acting on their specific teachings.
In a recent media interview, Trump wasn't able to name his favorite Bible verse.
"I wouldn't want to get into it. Because to me, that's very personal," the billionaire businessman said on on Bloomberg's "With All Due Respect," when asked to share his favorite Bible verse. "The Bible means a lot to me, but I don't want to get into specifics," he said.
Trump was then asked which does he prefer the New Testament or the Old Testament. "Probably equal. I think it's just incredible," he responded.
Trump has been talking about faith and the Bible on his campaign trail.
He recently looked at the crowd gathered for his rally at a college football stadium in Mobile, Alabama, saying he now knows how evangelist Billy Graham felt.
"I know how Billy Graham felt," Trump said, apparently jokingly, as he began his speech.
Trump also said, "What's my favorite book? The Bible! The Bible.... We take the Bible all the way."
At the Family Leadership Summit in Iowa in July, Trump was asked about his faith.
"People are so shocked when they find out I am Protestant. I am Presbyterian. And I go to church and I love God and I love my church," he said.
Asked whether he has ever asked God to forgive him, Trump responded, "I am not sure I have. I just go on and try to do a better job from there. I don't think so. I think if I do something wrong, I think, I just try and make it right. I don't bring God into that picture. I don't."
He further explained, "When I drink my little wine – which is about the only wine I drink –and have my little cracker, I guess that is a form of asking for forgiveness, and I do that as often as possible because I feel cleansed. I think in terms of 'let's go on and let's make it right.'"