Religion News Service: If anything decisive can be said about the Alabama race, it's that African-American Christians, who also very often consider themselves evangelical, turned out in force.
Quartz: Two maps explain the racial history behind Alabama's senate vote
America: Brendan Busse never wanted to be a priest. But here he is. Newly minted Father Brendan, and still wondering how he got here.
The New Republic: The idea that one man brought about the Protestant Reformation obscures a much longer history of dissent, Marilynne Robinson says.
Think Progress: Trump and the Religious Right have made the Religious Left unavoidable.
The Atlantic: Donor-advised funds are gaining popularity, but charities may be losing out.