Religion News Service: In spring of 1980, Pope John Paul II had one of the longest meetings of his fledgling papacy. It wasn't with a world leader, a U.S. president or even a secretary of state. It was with a 37-year-old Joe Biden, a U.S. senator barely a year into his second term.
Deseret News: New findings from Pew Research Center say that around 60% of those attending virtual services have viewed those of another congregation.
Associated Press: Reflecting Democrats' interest in interfaith engagement, four faith leaders from three religious traditions are scheduled to speak on Thursday, the convention's final day.
The Guardian: Christianity has been predicting an imminent apocalypse since its earliest days but the world only burns if we let it.
The Washington Post: Falwell Jr. transformed from a shy, reclusive real estate developer and lawyer nervous in public settings to a highflying national figure -- known not only for his leadership of the country's most prominent evangelical university but also for his zealous public defense of President Trump.