The (London) Guardian: If the church wants to survive, and thrive, it will need to see itself in a new light - more responsive, and willing to embrace how people live today.
Religion News Service: Perhaps the success of a documentary about a slow-paced children's show hosted by a kind, soft-spoken Presbyterian minister shouldn't be a surprise.
Religion News Service: The Supreme Court is dominated by two religious minorities that came into this country as immigrants in the 19th and early 20th centuries and strained to gain a footing equal to that of the Protestant establishment.
Sightings: If Facebook can influence democracy and elections, can it also influence our religious beliefs, our theologies and the ways in which we live out our faith?
The Washington Post: The Bible brims with protest songs and prison letters, subversive poetry and politically charged visions, satirical roasts of the powerful and storied celebrations of dissidents, says Rachel Held Evans.