OZY: For voters today, it's much easier to jettison an ideological view such as "just war" for a fear-driven one, where we must do whatever it takes to eradicate the enemy.
Religion News Service: St. Louis Archbishop Robert Carlson has issued a letter calling on parishes to seek alternatives to Girl Scouts, arguing that the program and related organizations conflict with Roman Catholic teaching.
Washington Post: Trump is arguably the candidate most resembling a televangelist.
Aeon: In a world like that of mediaeval Christian Europe, where everyone was a religious believer, how was the moral standing of non-Christians to be approached?
BBC Magazine: The Islamic world is wide and various, its points of view almost as numerous as its people. And Islam in China, with its long tradition of women-only mosques, provides a good illustration.