Established in 2011, Credo Magazine is an online magazine published quarterly with articles, interviews, columns, and book reviews on today’s most important theological issues.

• Articles by some of the best pastors and scholars today on the most vital and pertinent issues in Christianity.

• Columns engaging pastoral issues in the church and monumental figures in church history.

• Interviews with important pastors and scholars on both their ministries and their new books.

• Reviews of some of the most recent books in Christian theology and literature.

Credo is Latin for “I believe.” From the early Church Fathers to the sixteenth-century Reformers to present-day Evangelicals, Christians have faithfully confessed the faith once for all delivered to the saints (Jude 1:3), over against error and heresy. Credo Magazine seeks to situate itself in this biblical tradition by teaching “what accords with sound doctrine” (Titus 2:1).

Justin Taylor called Credo “an embarrassment of riches.” Indeed it is a storehouse of theological riches. Two weeks ago, Credo published the first issue of 2019 on The Impassibility of God. In this post, we want to share with you past issues of Credo, categorized by topic.

The Attributes of God

The Impassibility of God

The Immutability of God

The Forgotten God

The Reformation

The Reformation of the Family

The English Reformation

Luther at 500

Sola Scriptura

Purgatory?

Christian Living

Holiness

Idolatry

How then shall we pray?

The Trinity and the Christian Life

Make Disciples of All Nations

Doctrine Matters

The Person and Work of Christ

The Glory of the Atonement

Prophet, Priest, King

Scripture

By the Book

What’s the BIG story?

The Living Word

Church History

The Prince of Puritans

George Whitefield at 300

Old Princeton

Francis Schaeffer at 100

The Doctrine of Salvation

Justification

Chosen by Grace

In Christ Alone

Christian Ministry

Preach the Word

Let the children come to Jesus

Churchy Gimmicks

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