Religion News Service: This year's heated midterm contests appear to have sparked unusually robust efforts by faith-based organizations to galvanize supporters and move the political needle.
Vox: White mainline Protestants are the only religious group to have shifted on Trump.
Vox: Why (white) evangelicals still support Trump
Mockingbird: Christians are a group of people who follow a guy who died. On purpose. So safety is the last thing we should expect of Him, says Sarah Condon.
Inside Higher Ed: Interfaith activities always grow after racist and anti-Semitic attacks. The trick is to focus the energy on building something hopeful, not just fighting something ugly, says Eboo Patel.
Christianity Today: "If you can answer people's questions and also learn how to question people's answers, that's how you can approach having these conversations."