Religion News Service: In Episcopal churches directly associated with Robert E. Lee, the controversy has been a deeply emotional, semiprivate clash of sensibilities, one side claiming to respect the sacredness of history and the other, the history of sacredness.
The Washington Post: When the pastor is exposed, some push the message of forgiveness, while others object, asking "How can we trust this guy?" Jonathan Leeman sides with the second group.
Religion News Service: Call it the WikiLeaks of the religion world. A new website aims to bring transparency to the workings of religious congregations and denominations by publishing documents and data sets provided by anonymous sources.
Christianity Today: Board unanimously decides "it is time for a new season of leadership."
The (London) Guardian: Footage has emerged of the Golden Lampstand Church in Shanxi province being razed by local authorities.