Religion News Service: The truth is that both religious camps are more likely to follow than lead when it comes to who determines the two parties' policies.
The Atlantic: An ancient faith is disappearing from the lands in which it first took root. At stake is not just a religious community, but the fate of pluralism in the region.
Fast Company: In many parts of the world, the rise in secularism often coincides with an increase in economic growth.
CNN: Alabama provides a case study in how difficult it can be to dissect religion's complicated role in the nation's fraught abortion debate.
Religion News Service: A crucial bloc to his 2016 election, Catholics are moving away from President Trump.