Religion News Service: "Christians in the Middle East, the vast majority of them, believe American evangelicals have crocodile tears," said Wadie Abu Nassar, a Catholic political analyst based in Haifa, Israel.
Christianity Today: Despite hitting another record low in Gallup assessment, clergy are still seen as more honest and ethical than 13 other professions.
The Conversation: Nearly one of every four people in the US is unaffiliated, which has prompted speculation that this would increase support for liberal policies. A scholar provides some lessons from history.
Religion News Service: For religious architecture this year, some of the most creative designs took the old and made it new - and sacred.
The Washington Post: Did "The Crown" take some liberties in depicting the queen's faith and her relationship with the evangelist?