#FaithandCulture Reading: Anti-Semitism, the Gig Economy, Teaching Kids About Racism

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In today’s #FaithandCulture Reading, we cull a brief list of some of our favorite articles of the week — featuring selections from Bruce Ashford, Brittany Salmon, Dylan Anderson, Stephen Stallard and Meryl Herr.

  • My Ten (or So) Favorite Cultural Critics
    Bruce Ashford at First Things: “The list includes historians, philosophers, sociologists, poets, and literary critics. Some are well-known, others are quite obscure. Some are Christians, others are not. All were born before 1950 and each offers a salient evaluation of Western society and culture that remains relevant for our task today.”
  • 2 Reasons to Go on the Central Asia Cultural Study Tour
    Dylan Anderson at The CGCS: “This experience helped me to piece together the historical and cultural landscape of the New Testament in a way that no seminary class or textbook ever could. This trip will change the way that you read and teach Scripture for the rest of your life.”
  • How the Church Can Support Workers in the Gig Economy
    Meryl Herr at Made to Flourish: “Hear their stories. Hear their struggles. Hear how, through their work, they can partner with God’s redemptive work in the world. And then equip them to do their work well.”

From Intersect This Week

Here’s a list of the articles we published this week. If you missed one, now’s your time to catch up.

What other articles would you recommend?

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