Fact Tank: Most Christians in Western Europe today are non-practicing, but Christian identity still remains a meaningful religious, social and cultural marker, according to a new Pew Research Center survey of 15 countries in Western Europe.
Religion News Service: Europe: Not as secular as you think
New York Times: The question posed by this age of revelation is simple, writes Ross Douthat: Now that you know something new and troubling and even terrible about your leaders or your institutions, what will you do with this knowledge?
RNS: Southern Baptists have more repenting to do
Washington Post: The dehumanization of migrants and refugees by the Trump administration -- and the willingness of Christian political leadership to go along with it -- indicates the failure of the Christian church in the moral formation of its members, writes former Bush chief speechwriter Michael Gerson.
Vox: Paul Schrader's movie is an astounding, harrowing meditation on faith and doubt. It's about a minister in a small church, working in the shadow of a much larger megachurch, who plummets into a dark night of the soul brought on partly by a growing feeling that what he's believed and taught all his life isn't a sufficient answer for the struggles of the world in which he lives.
NBC Bay Area: Gregory Stevens, a pastor in Palo Alto, California, has resigned after criticizing the city's wealthy progressive residents on Twitter, but he isn't apologizing. He describes the city as "a ghetto of wealth, power, and elitist liberalism by proxy, meaning that many community members claim to want to fight for social justice issues, but that desire doesn't translate into action."