Newsweek: In the hours after the brother of Botham Jean offered a hug and forgiveness to his killer, the word "forgiveness" began trending on Twitter as some feared it would set a "terrible precedent."
Associated Press: The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints will allow women to be official "witnesses" at two key ceremonies, marking the latest small step toward breaking down rigid gender roles in the religion.
Religion News Service: Why it's important that Mormon women can now be official witnesses to a baptism
NPR: Because of a loophole, many religious organizations are not covered by a federal guarantee that protects most other workers' pensions, so the workers can get left with nothing.
Harvard Business Review: Not only is the majority of training in today's companies ineffective, but the purpose, timing, and content of training is flawed.
Aeon: In the past, virtually every church possessed a corpse or a fragment of bone, hair or flesh believed to be powerfully active. These 'relics' had the power to draw a community together in a sanctified whole and attract visitors from afar. But how and why?