Credo Magazine in 2012

December 28, 2012Magazine Article-In Christ Alone-Jan 2012, Magazine Article-The Living Word-Oct 2011, Magazine-Chosen by Grace-May 2012, Magazine-Francis Schaeffer at 100, Magazine-Make Disciples-March 2012, Magazine-Old Princeton-August 2012, Matthew Barrett

By Matthew Barrett–   What an excellent year this has been for Credo Magazine! How blessed we have been to hear back from so many of you as to how you have benefited from different issues of the magazine. In 2013 we plan to continue providing you with a free, digital magazine. And we have … Read More

Charles Hodge: The Pride of Princeton

April 24, 2012Magazine-Make Disciples-March 2012, Reviews, Seminary

[This review is from the March issue of Credo Magazine, “Make Disciples of All Nations.”] W. Andrew Hoffecker. Charles Hodge: The Pride of Princeton. Phillipsburg, NJ: P&R Publishing, 2011. 460 pp. Review by Jeff Straub No figure was more important to 19th century American Presbyterianism than the erudite and venerable Charles Hodge. Yet until recently, the … Read More

Bill Housley and Papua New Guinea

April 11, 2012Audio, Magazine-Make Disciples-March 2012

On Monday we highlighted Bill Housley’s article, “As Though He Needed Anything,” from the last issue of Credo Magazine,“Make Disciples of All Nations.” Bill and Kelley Housley are missionaries to the Inapang people in Papua New Guinea and they have presented the storyline of Scripture and the gospel to this unreached people for the very … Read More

As Though He Needed Anything

April 9, 2012Magazine-Make Disciples-March 2012, Missions

Article introduced by Matthew Barrett– If you only have time to read one article in the last issue of Credo Magazine, “Make Disciples of All Nations,” read and re-read the article by the Housley family titled “As Though He Needed Anything.” Bill and Kelley Housley are missionaries to the Inapang people in Papua New Guinea.  … Read More

10 Questions with Shai Linne

March 26, 2012Magazine-Make Disciples-March 2012, Reformed Rap

  Shai, what is “lyrical theology” and what sets it apart from the rest of hip-hop? Lyrical Theology is basically using artful lyricism to provoke the study and knowledge of God, particularly in the context of hip-hop culture. This can take many forms, including expounding on biblical narratives, explaining a particular scriptural truth, etc. What … Read More

The Great Commission Story

March 19, 2012Magazine-Make Disciples-March 2012, Missions

In the March issue of Credo Magazine, Brian Vickers has written an article titled, “The Great Commission Story.” Usually when we think about The Great Commission we go to Matthew 28. However, Vickers demonstrates that if we are to truly understand what Jesus is saying we need to begin in the Old Testament and work … Read More