New York Times: The president brandishes a Bible in front of a church, in search of a divine mandate that isn't coming.
Religion Dispatches: In 1975's God of the Oppressed, theologian James H. Cone described how Christian responses to the 1967 Detroit riot revealed not only an insensitivity to black suffering but, as he argued, a larger theological bankruptcy on the part of white theologians.
HuffPost: Archbishop Wilton D. Gregory said he finds it "baffling and reprehensible" that a Catholic facility would allow itself to be "manipulated" in this way.
The Guardian: The president's appeal to his base amid protests was derided by some Christians. Others saw a victory in a world of evil.
USA Today: Amid the ongoing COVID-19 crisis, partisans and our political process may be turning the freedom of religion into a threat to public health.