Wednesday, November 11, 2020
How Biden swung the religious vote
Politico: Trump’s team thought religious-minded voters would save him in key states. They now appear to have turned away just enough for him to lose.
Deseret News: The late Utah Republican Sen. Bob Bennett and Democratic President-elect Joe Biden often exchanged religious books about their respective faiths when they served in the U.S. Senate together.
Religion Dispatches: Despite the dozens of advocacy groups that have sprung up over the last few years to try and “peel off” white evangelicals, why have they, by and large, failed to move the needle in any significant way away from the GOP?
Religion News Service: Religious practices of all sorts are fixtures of community for those inside -- and all have been stymied by the pandemic lockdowns.
The New York Times: What can we learn about needed reforms from the Vatican’s damning report on the defrocked cardinal Theodore McCarrick?