BBC: Tim Farron, the leader of Britain's pro-European Union Liberal Democrat Party, resigned on Wednesday. In a statement, he said he was "torn between living as a faithful Christian and serving as a political leader."
National Review: Tim Farron's resignation and the end of liberal Christianity
Huffington Post UK: Muslims who were awake because they were beginning their Ramadan fast "saved people's lives" when a deadly blaze broke out at a west London tower block, said a resident of the apartment building.
America: Julián Carrón's new book, "Disarming Beauty," which asks Christians to lay down their arms and enter the public square with joy and confidence, may seem wildly naïve. Yet Carrón's argument deserves careful consideration by Christians attracted to "The Benedict Option."
Inc.: Travis Kalanick is one of the world's most-disliked CEOs right now, and Uber is one of its most-disliked companies. But a better future may be ahead for both, because there are many things he and Uber's board are doing right. The company's response to its current crisis provides leadership lessons for us all.
(Charleston) Post & Courier: Take communion on your boat? Not a problem at Macedonia Lutheran Church, where youth ushers in waterproof sandals will wade out to deliver the sacraments at the 8:30 a.m. lakeside service. This unconventional service may follow a broader trend away from larger, mega-church environments to smaller, more intimate worship experiences.