Religion News Service: In Cary, N.C., Christ the King Lutheran Church is pushing forward with a new vision, one that has less to do with upholding the purity of Luther's theology and more with the spirit of Luther's reform agenda.
Politico: The Hobby Lobby CEO behind it says it will be nonsectarian -- but it looks a lot like a Protestant evangelical's take on the Bible.
The Washington Post: Sneak peek: D.C.'s huge new Museum of the Bible includes lots of tech -- but not a lot of Jesus
Newsweek: More Americans think it's not necessary to believe in God to be moral, including both religious and non-religious people.
Religion News Service: Jeffrey Salkin will join the battle for Judeo-Christian values, if they're the right values.
The Washington Post: The prophets have become clients, and the priests have become acolytes, Michael Gerson says.