Just wanted to drop a quick note and let you know I’ve begun blogging at Credo Magazine. It’s hard to maintain a steady diet of blog posts when you’re busy with school, church, and life. That’s why I’ve decided to join a team of other bloggers. I’ll try to write at least twice a week. You can follow me on Twitter for regular updates.
Here’s a bit about Credo:
Credo is Latin for “I believe.” From the early Church Fathers to the sixteenth-century Reformers to present-day Evangelicals, Christians have faithfully confessed the faith once for all delivered to the saints (Jude 1:3), over against error and heresy. Credo magazine seeks to situate itself in this biblical tradition by teaching “what accords with sound doctrine” (Titus 2:1).
Credo magazine is self-consciously Evangelical, Reformational, and Baptistic: Evangelical since it aims at being supremely Gospel-centered, exalting in the substitutionary death and historical resurrection of the Lord Jesus Christ; Reformational as the gospel it promotes is defined by the solas of the Reformation; and while Credo magazine welcomes contributors from diverse ecclesial backgrounds, it seeks to especially celebrate those doctrines that mark the Baptist tradition.
My first post is on this week’s edition of TIME Magazine, which features a cover story on heaven: “Heaven Can’t Wait: Why rethinking the hereafter could make the world a better place.
Read the rest here.