The Independent: Faith leaders must take responsibility for countering the religious justification for atrocities committed in their name, the Archbishop of Canterbury Justin Welby said in the aftermath of the terrorist attack in London.
Huffington Post: 'Terrorism has no religion:' Muslims across the UK slam London attackers
The Guardian: Some of the victims' families had bristled at Grande hosting a fundraising concert so soon after the suicide bombing that killed 22 people at one of her concerts last month. But her earnestness and emotional acuity meant that for thousands of people, this was an event that soothed and uplifted.
New York Times: In a series of Twitter posts two days after a terrorist attack in London, Mr. Trump seemed to reject everything his own administration has done to win court approval for restrictions on entry from select Muslim-majority countries.
Gallup: A slim majority of Americans (55%) say religion can answer all or most of today's problems, according to a new poll. In 1957, 82% of Americans said that religion could answer all or most of the day's problems. As recently as 2002, 66% of U.S. adults expressed the same sentiment. But the measure has declined since then, reaching 51% -- the all-time low -- in May 2015.
Religion News Service: The artist-turned-pastor talked to RNS about her CD, how millennials "really do want to have faith in God," and her hopes for a future collaboration with an artist not known for gospel music.