The Conversation: While scholars have found ample evidence that economic conditions can shape charitable giving, the connection between overall donations and the political climate is less clear.
The Washington Post: In the Hopkins and NYU study, two dozen clergy -- including priests, pastors and rabbis -- are taking controlled doses of psilocybin, the drug found in psychedelic mushrooms, under the watchful eye of scientists.
Dallas News: Howard Thurman's small question, "What does our religion say to them?" has always belonged to the ethical heart of so many people's faith.
Religion News Service: Trump's winning mantra - "Make America Great Again" - was congruent with a wishful return to the Protestant hegemony that once existed in the United States back in the Eden-like "good old days."
Inside Higher Ed: Retiring senior administrator Tom Rocklin lists the six key things he knows now that he would have liked to have known when just starting out.