The New York Times: We don't just take cues about politics from our pastors and priests; we take cues about religion from our politicians, says Michele Margolis.
Vox: Marilynne Robinson and Margaret Atwood both set their novels in fictional Gileads, but that name has a much older history, Alissa Wilkinson says.
Vox: Paula White uses Jesus's sinlessness to defend Trump on family separation.
Religion News Service: After closing more than 700 churches and some mosques in March, Rwandan government officials have moved to institute guidelines for how faith groups operate in the majority-Christian East African country.
The (London) Guardian: The post-millennial generation in the UK are slightly more tolerant of Christian faith and worship than those in older age groups, although few people of any age see Christians as more fun than atheists, according to a survey.