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A Look Inside the New Issue of Credo Magazine

The new issue of Credo Magazine is now here! The Great Tradition: Patristic Edition.

Few Christians today have ever heard about the Church Fathers. Those that have heard about the fathers have been warned that they are Roman Catholic or untrustworthy exegetes, or both! However, there is a retrieval underfoot that is not so easily overcome by ignorance or lax acceptance of sloppy caricatures. Christians are now rediscovering the Fathers for the first time. They are also noticing that many of the doctrinal missteps today could have been avoided if we had only paid attention to the insights the Fathers offer. This issue of Credo Magazine is an entryway to the fathers, encouraging you to go deeper and read the fathers for yourself. But it’s more: this issue is a call to be humble and sit at the feet of the fathers as they admonish us for the sake of renewal in the church today.

Featured Articles

Hilary of Poitiers by Peter Barnes

Basil of Caesarea by Stephen Hildebrand

Gregory of Nazianzus by Marvin Jones

Athanasius by Bryan Litfin

Augustine of Hippo by William Vandoodewaard

Gregory of Nyssa by Shawn J. Wilhite


The Well-Trained Theologian by Matthew Barrett

Why Read Early Christian Authors by Michael A.G. Haykin

How Does One Read the Christian Tradition? by Christopher R.J. Holmes


Contemplating God with the Great Tradition Interview with Craig Carter

25 Theses on Trinitarian Classical Theism by Craig Carter

10 Questions Interview with Christopher A. Hall

Book Reviews

Singing the Song with Ellen Davis by Aimee Byrd

Authentic Catholicity and The Two Popes by Chris Castaldo

The Old Princetonians Were Not Only Theologians but Exegetes by Gary Steward

Read the new issue today: The Great Tradition: Patristic Edition.

Timothy Gatewood

Timothy Gatewood is a Residential PhD student at Midwestern Baptist Theological Seminary studying Theology. He serves as an adjunct instructor for MBTS and as an editor of Credo Magazine. Timothy is a pastoral resident at Emmaus Church where he attends with his wife, Beth, and son, John Howard. His work has been featured in the Lost Sermons of C.H Spurgeon series (B&H Publishing), the Midwestern Journal of Theology, and before the Evangelical Theological Society. He is currently writing his dissertation on the relationship between the divine attributes and metaphysical truth.

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