Religion News Service: It's bad news for organized religion: A majority of the religiously unaffiliated -- the so-called "nones" -- say they fell away from faith not because of any negative experience, but because they "stopped believing," usually before the age of 30.
First Things: Theology, being the highest form of knowledge, must surely have an answer to why humans spend on average twenty-five years of their lives sleeping.
San Diego Journal: A San Diego church asks for help, saying it cannot continue to house the high numbers of new arrivals with the resources that it has.
Religion News Service: Brian D. McLaren offers 10 reasons why he had to part company with the conservative evangelical project.
NPR: Members of a congregation in Boone, N.C., discuss how their Christian commitments are influencing their thinking about this year's presidential election