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Recent Contributions to Credo Magazine

Over the past several weeks, Credo Magazine has featured insightful contributions from world renowned scholars. Recently, we have focused on four series, each designed to help connect the academy and the local church and to engage important topics in an accessible manner. Such topics include the trinity, the historic creeds and confessions of the church, the doctrine of God, and a broad introduction to worldview theory.

We hope that our readers will benefit from our contributors as much as we have. Be sure to check out the links below and catch up on any posts you may have missed.

Conversations on the Trinity

Since When did the Trinity Go Social? with Craig Carter.

Can We Trust the God of Our Fathers? with James Eglinton.

Trinity Drift and Evangelicalism with Thomas Kidd.

The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Trinity with Fred Sanders.

Doctrine for Life

Is God Selfish to be Jealous for His Own Glory? with Erik Thoennes.

What Opposing Worldview is the Most Pressing for Christianity Today? with Jamie Dew.

Essential Creeds and Confessions

Gerald Bray on the Thirty-Nine Articles.

Geoff Chang on the London Baptist Confession.

Donald Fairbairn on the Chalcedonian Definition.

Justin Holcomb on the Athanasian Creed.

Daniel Hyde on the Heidelberg Catechism.

Cornelis Venema on the Belgic Confession.

For the Church Institute with Matthew Barrett

Lesson One: Back to the Future.

Lesson Two: The Dream Team.

Lesson Three: The Ghost of Orthodoxy Past.

Lesson Four: More Than a Riddle.

Lesson Five: Simply Trinity.


Be sure to check out all of the latest posts from the Credo Blog.

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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