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A Look Inside the New Issue of Credo Magazine: The Nicene Creed

The new issue of Credo Magazine is now here! The Nicene Creed.

The doctrine of the Trinity is foundational to Christianity. Without it, we have no Christianity at all. For that reason, the church fathers of the fourth century labored to protect the church from those in their midst who undermined the equality of the Son and Spirit with the Father. With great scriptural care, they affirmed the Son’s eternal generation and the Spirit’s eternal spiration not only to distinguish the persons of the Trinity but to safeguard their consubstantiality and divine simplicity. Unfortunately, many have never read the Nicene Creed let alone considered its importance for the preservation of biblical orthodoxy today. This issue of Credo Magazine introduces readers to the Nicene Creed to ensure the next generation is equipped to confess the faith once for all delivered to the saints.

Featured Articles:

Why the Nicene Creed? by Peter Sanlon

“We Believe in One God” by Katherin A. Rogers

The Trinity’s Fruitful Root by D. Blair Smith

The Only Begotten God by Charles Lee Irons

“The Lord and Giver of Life” by Marvin Jones

One, Holy, Catholic, and Apostolic Church by Samuel G. Parkison

Columns:

Pro-Nicene Trinitarianism: Where to Start by Brandon D. Smith

First Principles by Matthew Barrett

The Nicene Creed

Interviews:

The Undivided Trinity by Scott R. Swain

10 Questions with Amy Peeler

Book Reviews:

John Webster’s Culture of Theology by Ronni Kurtz

Herman Bavinck’s Reformed Ethics by Samuel G. Parkison

Christopher Ash’s Remaking a Broken World by Michael Nelson

 

Read the new issue of Credo Magazine today: The Nicene Creed.

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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