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Credenda/Agenda

Summary
Credenda/Agenda was a Christian cultural and theological journal, published under the auspices of Christ Church of Moscow, Idaho. Douglas Wilson served as editor, Douglas Jones as senior editor, and N. D. Wilson as managing editor. Editions were published quarterly in print form and also electronically on the internet. Canon Press, another ministry of Christ Church, also produced an audio edition. Credenda/Agenda began appearing in 1989 as a loose-paper pamphlet, though the format was revised in 1997 to a full-page magazine. The title is Latin for "Things to be believed/things to be done". Publication appears to have ended in 2012, although back issues are still for sale at the CanonPress website. Subject matter The magazine's subject matter was typically of a religious nature, though film and book reviews, satire of prominent news stories, poems, and short stories are common. Each issue
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