Deseret News: For centuries, houses of worship have anchored communities' responses to natural disasters, but it's growing harder for faith groups to provide these services.
Baptist News Global: Too much of Christianity is built upon absolute certainty and not enough on divine mystery, says Mark Wingfield.
Stanford Social Innovation Review: How funders can support bold, emerging leaders and their cutting-edge ideas.
The Washington Post: Political rhetoric shapes who we are, says Michael Wear.
Relevant: Jesus Christ is coming to the rescue in an upcoming series called The Second Coming, from DC imprint Vertigo.
Convivium: In the lull after Christmas and New Year's, Josh Nadeau finds the pursuit of peace ever-elusive but never more imperative.
Religion News Service: Late scholar was a rigorous polymath who cared about not only the theoretical work of theology and history but the everyday lives of those who believe, says Anthea Butler.
Patch: The 40-story development will be one of Morningside Heights' largest buildings and will generate funds for Union Theological Seminary.
Inside Higher Ed: Eboo Patel offers some thoughts about including religion in the campus/young adult diversity discourse.
U.S. Catholic: As science changes us, the faith community can remind scientists of the ethics at stake.