Deseret News: Religion is not the only factor that drives Americans' views on abortion. Religion's role in the contemporary abortion debate is more complicated than it may, at first, appear.
The Atlantic: Susan Bigelow Reynolds responds to James Carroll's fiery piece from earlier this week, "Critics of the 2,000-year-old Catholic Church should understand how institutional change actually takes place."
Religion News Service: A survey of 1,000 Jewish voters released Wednesday shows 73% of registered Jewish voters believe Jewish Americans are less secure than they were two years ago.
The New York Times: "Concentration camps," electronic surveillance and persecution are used to repress millions of people of faith.