The Washington Post: With the presidential votes rolling in, it is time for an altar call moment for exit pollsters: there are more religion angles than just conservative white evangelicals.
The Atlantic: Trump reveals the end of the Religious Right's preeminence
The Washington Post: Policy aside, shouldn't we all demand that our president at least be decent?
Christianity Today: Why Max Lucado broke his political silence for Trump
The Atlantic: The structure it provides, along with the values it instills, strengthens employment prospects, family life, and more.
National Catholic Reporter: Theologians and ethicists interested in working with Yoder's ideas have a responsibility to analyze the institutional cultures, policies and structures that enable sexualized violence. In order to do so, they must learn from discourses beyond Yoder.
The (London) Guardian: One major company is already leaving the state over the law, which would allow individuals and organizations to discriminate against same-sex couples.