Religion News Service: Fully 80 percent of white evangelicals voted for Trump. Here's a look at how he fared on some of the issues they most care about in his first year of office.
FiveThirtyEight: Are white evangelicals sacrificing the future in search of the past?
The Conversation: What would a medieval monk or a 17th-century preacher make of our complaints about modern distraction?
Religion News Service: Religious leaders need to give sustained attention to the deep places in the human soul where doctrines on racial superiority seem to take root so easily, Rich Mouw says.
Christian Today: In the age of echo chambers and the Twitterati, the Psephizo blog is something of an enigma, with lengthy posts on theology that require serious thought and engagement.
National Catholic Reporter: Dennis Coday is struck by many examples of people setting aside "the familiar rhetoric" and talking with folks as people.