Baptist News Global: These days, when cynicism overwhelms, Bill Leonard tries to remember the night in a Louisville cathedral when Muhammad Ali kissed him on the cheek, an interfaith congregation reached out in thanksgiving, and for a moment, the kingdom of God came near. You gotta hope.
Australian Broadcasting Corporation: What we need most is not declarations of the undoubted meaning of the catastrophe, but lament. We need not commentary, but poetry.
The Washington Post: Some have forgiven. Others are still trying. "I know I need to as a believer."
Deseret News National: Even as ideas about fatherhood evolve, certain conclusions about how fathers can pass on their faith remain stable.
The (London) Guardian: Africans facing genocide are making a modern-day Exodus, fleeing through the Sinai. But the Israeli government has no time for non-Jewish asylum seekers, says Giles Fraser.