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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 Podcast Matthew Barrett

    • Religion & Spirituality
    • 4.9 • 121 Ratings

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.

    What are the processions of the Trinity? Glenn Butner and Matthew Barrett

    What are the processions of the Trinity? Glenn Butner and Matthew Barrett

    What are eternal processions? The language of “processions” may be foreign to some today, but the Great Tradition capitalized on this language to describe the Trinity and keep heresy at bay. From the church fathers to the medieval and Protestant scholastics, theologians used the language of procession to explain how the Son is eternally begotten… Download Audio

    Why is Zwingli the forgotten Reformer? Bruce Gordon and Matthew Barrett

    Why is Zwingli the forgotten Reformer? Bruce Gordon and Matthew Barrett

    In celebrations of the Reformation Protestants have placed not little emphasis on prominent figures such as John Calvin or Martin Luther. Others such as Zwingli, along with the Swiss reformation, are often overlooked and considered inconsequential. Yet, Zwingli’s controversial legacy is foundational to the genesis of the Reformed church. Zwingli finds himself caught in between… Download Audio

    How can the man of sorrows be impassible? Steven J. Duby and Matthew Barrett

    How can the man of sorrows be impassible? Steven J. Duby and Matthew Barrett

    The doctrine of God’s impassibility may seem counterintuitive to many Christians today, but actually, impassibility is an essential belief of Christian orthodoxy. Impassibility was not only affirmed in the great confessions of faith throughout church history, but also defended as vital to the doctrine of God itself. But how does a theologian reconcile divine impassibility… Download Audio

    What did Thomas Jefferson think about Christianity? Matthew Barrett and Gary Steward with Thomas S. Kidd

    What did Thomas Jefferson think about Christianity? Matthew Barrett and Gary Steward with Thomas S. Kidd

    Thomas Jefferson continues to elicit a wide-range of reactions. Jefferson had a brilliant mind and engaged with Christianity in ways that were both sympathetic and critical. Along with many others during his time, Jefferson was intrigued by several principles from the Enlightenment era, which influenced his perception of Christianity. Jefferson embodied a tension over issues… Download Audio

    Why did R.C. Sproul think Classical Theism was his legacy? Matthew Barrett and Stephen J. Nichols

    Why did R.C. Sproul think Classical Theism was his legacy? Matthew Barrett and Stephen J. Nichols

    From his books to the chalkboard, R.C. Sproul communicated the deep things of God in an accessible way. When asked what the core of his legacy was all about he exclaimed, “Classical Theism!” But Sproul’s commitment to classical theism was foundational to his defense of the faith as well, which explains why Sproul was so… Download Audio

    Podcast Throwback: What is Christian Platonism? Matthew Barrett and Hans Boersma

    Podcast Throwback: What is Christian Platonism? Matthew Barrett and Hans Boersma

    What should we think of Plato? Do his ideas have any profit for Christianity? Can the Platonic philosophical heritage serve Christianity as a handmaiden to biblical interpretation and theological construction? These questions concerning the relationship between philosophy and theology have been discussed and debated by Christians from the very beginning. At the heart of the… Download Audio

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4.9 out of 5
121 Ratings

121 Ratings

kenbissell ,

Well done!

Credo is a great resource, either in print or podcast. This should stretch you a bit, while always remaining doctrinal and faithful to a reformed foundation.

Austimr ,

Look forward to each new episode

I was led to this podcast through our Sunday School class that is going through David’s book None Greater. After the first episode, I was hooked. I look forward to each new episode. Keep up the good work!

Rotilda ,

Love this podcast

I have been looking for a podcast like this for a very long time! If you are interesting theology/philosophy of religion then you will be greatly aided in your faith and understand if scripture from this podcast. Well done Mr. Barrett!

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