America: Black women are the real "values voters," but they cannot be expected to continue to save white people from the poor choices they make, Anthea Butler says.
Bearings: Chanequa Walker-Barnes explores her complicated relationship with Stone Mountain and its Confederate carving.
The Washington Post: On Fuller Seminary's campus, as in other major evangelical institutions, debate over the term has bubbled to the forefront, especially among younger members of the faith.
The (London) Guardian: It's the object of overwhelming projection, a place of dreams and longing. There can be no political peace there until Jerusalem the golden is understood, Giles Fraser says.
The Conversation: To learn why some new nonprofits prosper when others do not requires dealing with the fact that everyone has trouble remembering things the way they happened.