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

At its core, Credo Magazine strives to be centered on the gospel, confessing the substitutionary death and historical resurrection of the Lord Jesus Christ for the salvation of sinners. In doing so, Credo Magazine not only draws upon the historic creeds and confessions of the faith, but especially the great pillars of the Reformation: sola scriptura, solus Christus, sola gratia, sola fide, and soli Deo gloria. Our desire is to see biblically-grounded, Christ-exalting reformation and transformation in the church today.

Credo is a free, full-color, digital magazine that is published quarterly and includes:

• 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.

We hope that by providing our magazine free of charge we can have a larger impact on the evangelical community.

Here is what others are saying about Credo Magazine:

“Credo Magazine is quickly becoming a wonderful go-to resource for up-to-date interviews, book reviews, and articles. It’s really an embarrassment of riches. And best of all, the whole thing is online for free.”

—Justin Taylor

They say the best things in life are free, and that’s exactly the case with Credo Magazine—it’s free and it’s good. Do yourself a favor by subscribing to it and by reading every issue.”

—Tim Challies

“This is undoubtedly the most beautiful online Christian magazine I’ve come across.  Content is great too. It is a fine example of how to use technology for God’s glory.”

—David Murray

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