The ministry of Credo Magazine took on a new look in 2018, expanding its platform in a variety of ways. Having launched a brand new website, Credo now produces podcasts and videos alongside the quarterly magazine and weekly blog. In this post, we want to share with you the best of 2018.

2018 Magazine Issues

Credo magazine is a quarterly publication with articles, columns, interviews, and book reviews on today’s most important theological topics. Here are the 2018 issues.

The Glory of the Atonement



The Immutability of God

Our Top 3 Podcasts

The Credo Podcast launched in April of 2018. In each episode, Matthew Barrett talks with fellow theologians about the most important doctrines of the faith. The Credo Podcast is available on Soundcloud as well as iTunes. If you’ve enjoyed the Credo Podcast thus far, you are sure to enjoy the episodes slated for 2019. You can listen to all the episodes on the Credo Podcast page.

What Is Simplicity and Does it Matter?

Does God Suffer?

Thomas Aquinas: Friend or Foe?

New Resources

If you enjoyed the podcast with host Matthew Barrett, then you will also be interested to know about several new publications: In 2018 Barrett published a book called 40 Questions about Salvation (Kregal Academic), which answers some of the most difficult questions Christians face on the doctrine of salvation. His 2016 volume, God’s Word Alone, was issued as a Zondervan Academic course with over 20 video lectures.

In March of 2019, Barrett has two books that will be published:

1. None Greater: The Undomesticated Attributes of God (Baker)

2. The Doctrine on Which the Church Stands or Falls: Justification in Biblical, Theological, Historical, and Pastoral Perspective (Crossway)

Our Top 3 Videos

Nearly thirty videos were released in 2018. You can view all our videos on the Credo video page. Here were the top 3 videos of the year.

Is the Old Testament still relevant today?

What does God’s wrath have to do with the cross?

How can I have assurance of salvation?

Our Top 18 Articles

On the Credo blog you will find a host of biblical, theological, and practical resources posted each weekday. Here are our top eighteen articles of 2018.

15 Sobering Reminders About Hell (And What It Means for Us)

Why Pastors Should Engage Bavinck’s Reformed Dogmatics

It’s Not Enough to Have Your Sins Forgiven: Why the Imputation of Christ’s Righteousness Is Essential

A Video Series for God’s Word Alone: 21 Lectures by Matthew Barrett

Why Pastors Should Engage Mastricht’s Theoretical-Practical Theology

16 Commentaries (and Bibles) to help you study the Bible this new year

Biblical Theology in Discipleship

Why Pastors Should Engage the Puritan, Thomas Goodwin

Why Pastors Should Engage Calvin’s Institutes of the Christian Religion

Why Pastors Should Engage Commentary on the New Testament Use of the Old Testament

After darkness, light: How Calvin saved the Reformation

Noticing Literary Cues in Jonah

Bethlehem, the Nativity, and Matthew’s New Exodus

Why Pastors Should Engage Francis Turretin

None Greater: Matthew Barrett’s New Book on the Undomesticated Attributes of God

Learning to Preach from the Reformers

Reading the Old Testament (in Greek): Septuaginta: A Reader’s Edition

Joy and the Protestant Reformation

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