Religion News Service: Reconciliation may be out of reach, and it may be pastorally inappropriate for the church even to suggest it to people who now have legitimate reasons to be afraid, says the president of the Episcopal Church's House of Deputies.
The Washington Post: "This time, this election, I can't defend my people," Katelyn Beaty says. "I barely recognize them."
Fuller Theological Seminary: Post-election evangelical: a statement from Mark Labberton and Richard Mouw
Bearings: After last week's election, Oluwatomisin Oredein does not trust most white Christians in the United States. "Let me explain why."
Religion Dispatches: Watching 81% of my white brothers and sisters vote for Trump has broken something in me
Religion & Politics: Scholars who study the history of religion and its role in U.S. politics need to speak out and say: This is not normal, and it is most certainly not okay.
The New York Times: In the days following the election, religious leaders spoke to their congregations and communities about the future with Donald J. Trump as president of the United States.