Religion News Service: Support for President Donald Trump among white evangelicals remained constant. Catholics split their vote. And non-Christians voted overwhelmingly for Joe Biden.
Religion News Service: Joe Biden has best showing of any Democrat in Utah since 1964
The New York Times: Once a religious bloc in search of political purchase, white evangelicals have become a political bloc with a religious past.
Christian Century: Walter Brueggemann reviews a new book by William Darity and Kirsten Mullen.
The Guardian: Remembrance events will be permitted outdoors this Sunday, but not church services.
Crux: Tension continues to grow over the Vatican-ordered closure of a diocesan seminary in Argentina’s Mendoza region.
Christianity Today: The 2020 race draws attention to the varying interests of America’s largest minority group.
Christian Century: Most of the literature about pastor-parish relationships has been directed to clergy. What about the other side of the relationship?
HuffPost: Five Democratic politicians made history by becoming the first Muslim state legislative lawmakers in Wisconsin, Florida and Delaware.
Deseret News: From the ancient Aztec in Tenochtitlan, modern Mexico City, to the Dome of the Rock on the Temple Mount in Jerusalem, to the Hagia Sophia in Turkey, there are many religious sites that have been repurposed by another faith with a conquering army.
Religion News Service: An email sent to church members on Nov 4, cited the reason for Lentz's termination as ‘leadership issues and breaches of trust, plus a recent revelation of moral failures.’
Religion News Service: How and where faith-oriented voters could swing the vote.
Religion Dispatches: Like the Romans, we’re the ones who attempt to control various governmental states, either through foreign aid, monetary power, or threats of incursion and violence.
The Guardian: Letter to PM signed by senior religious figures says there is no scientific basis for ban in new coronavirus restrictions.
NPR: When Pope Francis named Archbishop Wilton Gregory as a future cardinal this week -- making him the first Black American appointed as one -- Gregory said he was “surprised” and “certainly deeply grateful.”
Crux: Retired Bishop Arturo Lona Reyes of Tehuantepec -- known as “bishop of the poor” and famed for promoting an indigenous church -- died Oct. 31.