Religion News Service: In 1990, just 1 in 20 adult Americans were not connected to a religious faith. Today, it's closer to 1 in 4. The ripples of such a shift are still being sorted out by observers of American religion.
Associated Press: For all the focus it commands, uncertainty continues to surround Trump's bond with a religious constituency that has long leaned GOP.
Vox: Justice Scalia's death delayed a reckoning. Now the fight over contraception is back.
Religion & Politics: Though associated with a particular brand of Christianity, evangelical is perhaps more popularly paired with conservative policy views, Republican registration, and an overwhelming whiteness.
National Review: As more victims of sexual abuse by priests sued various dioceses around the country, churches began transferring and reclassifying assets, and filing for bankruptcy.