The New York Times: Five or six college women and a few allies from across the political spectrum became united on one very important point: We would not settle for Roy Moore as the face of Southern Christianity.
Religion News Service: On election day, an Alabama Baptist church stands apart
The Conversation: Most conservative evangelicals and Catholics have remained rock-hard faithful to Trump and Moore. While many find this paradoxical, it really does make sense, scholar says.
Bearings: Two Mennonites reflect on their journey to affirm same-sex marriage.
The Week: Religion and politics have always comingled in America. But today, Christianity in America has been hammered into a sort of political identity of its own.
Christian Today: We don't have to be the Grinch to acknowledge just how tough and brave she had to be.