The Washington Post: Trump's choices seem to make a nod to themes that deeply defined his campaign -- religion and race, and his complicated relationship with both.
The (London) Guardian: Five hundred years after the Reformation, the leaders of the Church of England have called on Christians to repent for the divisions, persecution and death.
Religion & Politics: White evangelical support for Trump can be seen as the culmination of a decades-long embrace of militant masculinity, says Calvin College history chair.
The Washington Post: Garrison Keillor has been shopping around for a new religion to see him through the next four years.
Deseret News: To win the trust of people they serve and start making a difference, pastors, lawmakers and other leaders will need to embrace opportunities to get out of their comfort zone.