The Atlantic: How corruption scandals are driving young Christians away from megachurches -- and conservative politics.
The New York Times: About 260 feet tall and topped by a cross, the Xingsha Church is bigger even than the biggest statue of Mao Zedong in China, less than 10 miles away.
Religion News Service: While evangelical scholars continue to address the important issues of the mind, evangelicals need to work on the spirit that they bring to public engagement, Richard Mouw says.
US Catholic: Christian tradition is clear about the way people should live together -- and it doesn't include fine dining on the first floor.
National Catholic Reporter: No wonder it's harder and harder for Protestants to run into nuns and get any sense of what they're about.