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Bethel McGrew

Bethel McGrew

Bethel McGrew is a 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.

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Articles by Bethel McGrew
<em>The Last of Us</em> and its unnecessary sexualization

The Last of Us and its unnecessary sexualization

Bethel McGrew | Writers seem to have no language other than eros to express deep affection between men

Bethel McGrew | What Protestants can learn from Benedict’s pastoral letter on homosexuality

Bethel McGrew | Young men need something far beyond his lessons about money, cars, and life

Bethel McGrew | Moral progressives show no respect for Christians who retreat


Bethel McGrew | They may seem like a grotesque carnival act, but parents should pay attention

Bethel McGrew | Manifold tragedy in Colorado Springs

Bethel McGrew | Sometimes, the victimizers are also victims

Bethel McGrew | Kanye West needs our prayers more than our Instagram attention

Bethel McGrew | His story of conversion to Catholicism offers an example for the church in reaching damaged young men

Bethel McGrew | Alliances with Christian-friendly public intellectuals have their limits