“Modern life is increasingly defined by contingent commitments. We progress from job to job with amazingly little concern or effort. Where people once found themselves bound together by social institutions and formed their identities in groups, a fundamental characteristic of life today is that we strive to create our own identities. It is this creation and re-creation of the self, often in ways that reflect our creativity, that is the key feature of the creative ethos.” Richard Florida, The Rise of the Creative Class…and how it’s transforming work, leisure, community, & everyday life

What does the gospel look like as it connects to people belonging to the creative class? How does it enter their cultural situation, what answers does it give to their questions about globalism, economy, identity, and more? If creativity is part and parcel of their identity what does a contextualization of the gospel look like to them and their community?