Slate: Banished in the dead of night to a mistrustful Kansas town after sexual abuse allegations, the defrocked archbishop of D.C. speaks publicly for the first time since his fall from grace.
Religion News Service: Deconstructing or denouncing one's faith isn't new -- what's new is it's happening on social media.
Sojourners: Dylan's Christianity had less in common with Jesse Jackson's and had more in common with Jerry Falwell's.
New York Times: Do spirituality and self-help have a political constituency?
Episcopal News Service: Cheek and 10 other women were ordained at the Church of the Advocate in Philadelphia on July 29, 1974, two years before the ordination of women was officially authorized by the General Convention of the Episcopal Church.