Religion News Service: "Human sexuality is not," writes Barbara G. Wheeler, "the decisive issue that determines whether a church body is acceptable or not."
New York: Virtually every Protestant denominational tradition has now divided into liberal "mainline" and conservative fundamentalist groupings, even as Catholics have more subtly divided into "modern" and "traditionalist" camps.
The (London) Guardian: Prominent women in church say it should acknowledge prevalence of sexual harassment and establish independent process for raising concerns.
The New York Times: It's an expression of thanks to God in the Muslim world, but its embrace by terrorists has given it a dark cast for many in the West.
The Washington Post: Camille LeNoir says New Mexico State discriminated against her: "I felt the job was taken away because of my heterosexuality."