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Bethel McGrew

Bethel McGrew

Bethel McGrew is a high school teacher, math Ph.D., and widely published freelance writer. Her work has appeared in First Things, National Review, The Spectator, and many other national and international outlets. Her Substack, Further Up, is one of the top paid newsletters in “Faith & Spirituality” on the platform. She has also contributed to two essay anthologies on Jordan Peterson. When not writing social criticism, she enjoys writing about literature, film, music, and history. Her edited collection of the World War I letters of Canon A.E. Laurie is forthcoming from the U.K.’s Helion Press.

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Articles by Bethel McGrew
A good movie gets smeared

A good movie gets smeared

Bethel McGrew | Some critics of Sound of Freedom have an obvious agenda

Bethel McGrew | When “misgendering” and “deadnaming” become crimes

Bethel McGrew | Sometimes a onesie is more than a onesie

Bethel McGrew | The catalogue of Target’s former trans designer reveals a troubled soul


Bethel McGrew | The arguments against conscience protections for healthcare workers are predictably thin

Bethel McGrew | A disturbed young man and his disturbing influence

Bethel McGrew | We need to discuss public schooling

Bethel McGrew | The shape of the debate can tell us something important

Bethel McGrew | Declining to answer a question is not more honest than answering it

Bethel McGrew | The story of the dynamic evangelist still deserves to be told