Religion News Service: Catholics, Jews, Protestants, Muslims and others reacted vigorously and emotionally to President Trump's announcement that he will withdraw the United States from the 2015 Paris climate change agreement. While leaders of the so-called religious left were overwhelmingly critical of the move, conservatives were somewhat divided.
Washington Post: Why don't Christian conservatives worry about climate change? God.
The Conversation: Are we overreacting to US withdrawal from the Paris Agreement on climate?
Religion News Service: The decision to maintain the U.S. Embassy in Tel Aviv has disappointed conservative Christians but many expect the long-awaited move will still occur.
The Forward: Pro-Israel Trump supporters grapple with flip-flop on moving embassy to Jerusalem
Boston Globe: The number of victims who brought new claims of sexual abuse by clergy rose sharply last year, fueled in large part by a surge of allegations from Minnesota, according to a report by the US Conference of Catholic Bishops.
Bloomberg: At a time when media headlines point to a spike in global intolerance, here's some good news: a new international poll indicates that most people around the world don't say they believe any single race, religion or culture is better than another.
BU Today: Researchers at the Boston University School of Theology use computer modeling to help religion scholars test previously unanswerable questions.