The Washington Post: Experts say more colleges want presidents with business acumen, but the uproar at Mount St. Mary's University in Maryland shows it can be very risky.
The Atlantic: New data show that most Americans consider the beliefs and practices of traditionalist Christians to be "extreme" -- but is that warranted?
Church Times: The Church is entering a new season of revival, despite living in an age of turmoil, the Archbishop of Canterbury has said.
The Week: Trump looks like the incarnation of a presidential candidate for a formerly Christian culture that sometimes likes to think of itself as Christian, but worships money and power instead of Jesus.
The (London) Guardian: From Reykjavik to Tate Modern, the Guardian looks at spaces to inspire contemplation during Lent.