The New York Times: The Rev. Dr. James H. Cone, a central figure in the development of black liberation theology in the 1960s and '70s who argued for racial justice and an interpretation of the Christian Gospel that elevated the voices of the oppressed, died on Saturday. He was 79.
The Root: Father of black liberation theology, Dr. James Cone, dies at 79
Los Angeles Review of Books: Sam Washington has divorced himself from the evangelical church because the 2016 election highlighted the fact that the people he considered his brothers and sisters in Christ truly never saw him as such.
The Washington Post: How religion is coming to terms with modern fertility methods.
Forbes: Where other religious folks see despondency, Tara-Nicholle Nelson sees opportunity, with launch of SoulTour, a hybrid social network, app, and offline community that provides religion-agnostic uplifting content.
Columbia Journalism Review: Editor's departure comes after months of tension with Religion News Service's publisher.
The New Republic: Inside the spectacular implosion of Religion News Service