The New York Times: After years of living with stage IV cancer, Kate Bowler has some suggestions.
Christian Today: Barack Obama spent nearly a decade trying to appeal to evangelicals' better angels, but by the end of his second term, he seemed convinced that darker impulses were winning.
Bearings: David J. Wood tries to make sense of the political commitments of his deeply pious, evangelical family.
America: We need to confess, confront and be converted from our own reluctance to share in the lives of the poor and to share our own life with them.
Religion News Service: The fundamental problem is that the church has no process for judging bishops that is transparent and has legitimacy with the public, Thomas Reese says.