Quartz: Silicon Valley's Christians describe life as an uneasy negotiation between expressing their faith and integrating themselves into secular workplaces where religion is viewed, at best, as an anachronistic curiosity, and at worst, as a malevolent force.
Inside Higher Ed: Eboo Patel wonders, in certain segments of higher education, is bias against religion a feature, not a bug?
The (London) Guardian: Medieval building is the latest to strip out hand-crafted seating as churches strive to adapt to 21st-century needs.
The Washington Post: A Southern Baptist icon's views on women cemented his power -- and led to his downfall.
Religion News Service: Patterson won't address meeting as Southern Baptists gather amid scandals
National Catholic Reporter: Pope Francis has accepted the resignation of the Catholic bishop at the center of Chile's clergy sexual abuse crisis, in the first of what is expected to be a wave of firings to root out what the pontiff has termed a "culture of abuse and cover-up" in the country's church.