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Volume 16, Issue 3: Masthead


Credenda/Agenda is a religiously and philosophically Trinitarian cultural journal. The magazine is designed as a tribute to the good life, the life that can only be known in a world in subjection to the Trinity. Even evil things cannot always avoid beauty. Amidst the tragedy of Indian reservations, there are fireworks. Fireworks that go boom and are cheaper after the fourth. Some that fly and spew, some that whistle and pop, some that mothers think scare the children but usually just scare the mothers. Best of all, there are the duds. The fuse burns and fades and everyone watches. Eventually someone steps toward the silent darkness. It is an old joke that God plays, but it always works. It will go boom like the rest of them, it merely waits. It needs a victim. C/A attempts to revel in these and every other cause for faithful laughter. We are published as one of the literature ministries of Christ Church (the other is Canon Press), a member of the Confederation of Reformed Evangelicals (

A statement of faith is available upon request, though we are in essential agreement with the confessional statements of classical Protestantism. Especially all the bits about baptism. Did you catch that? Especially those bits. The statement describes our doctrinal editorial policy; it does not define our boundaries of fellowship.

Editor: Douglas Wilson
Senior editor: Douglas Jones
Managing editor: Nathan D. Wilson
Contributing editors: Chris Schlect, Jim Nance, Ben Merkle, Duck Schuler Jack Van Deventer, Gary Hagen, Peter Leithart, Patch Blakey, Joost Nixon, Gregory C. Dickison, Jared Miller, Roy Atwood, Matt Whitling.
Contributors: Nancy Wilson, Woelke Leithart, Aaron Rench
Technical editors: Nancy Wilson,Paula Bauer, Jared Miller
Circulation: Lindsey Leithart, Chris LaMoreaux
Cover design:Paige Atwood
Front Cover Image: Sara Sherman
Back Cover Image: Diane Diederich
Illustrations: Mark Beauchamp
Scannerman: Mike Lawyer
Editorial Correspondence: C/A now considers unsolicited manuscripts in fiction and poetry, nonfiction will not be considered. Submissions and letters can be sent to Credenda/Agenda, Anselm House, 205 E. 5th, Moscow, Idaho 83843, or [email protected] Manuscripts will not be returned without a postage-paid return envelope. Please do not submit manuscripts by email.
Reprints: Permission to reprint material from C/A is hereby granted, except in the case of art, fiction, and poetry. Please provide appropriate credit and supply a copy of the reprint to the address above.

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