The Gospel Coalition

The Gospel Coalition, or TGC, is a web publishing network of “evangelical churches in the Reformed tradition,” founded in 2005 by theologian D. A. Carson and pastor Tim Keller.[1][2] TGC describe their mission as being “deeply committed to renewing our faith in the gospel of Christ and to reforming our ministry practices to conform fully to the Scriptures.”[3] Featuring contributors from a broad geographic and denominational spectrum (Anglicans, Baptists, Free Church pastors, Independents, Presbyterians), The Gospel Coalition, Carson wrote in 2018, is “not a monolith; we are a coalition. What holds us together is our shared commitment to the gospel of Jesus Christ.”[4] As TGC describes itself in a promotional video, “We are not united by culture, nationality, or politics, but by the cross of Jesus Christ.”[5] In the resources it produces, TGC seeks to apply Scripture and gospel-centered approaches to contemporary culture, current events, and issues in everyday life.

The Gospel Coalition
Formation2005 (2005)
Type
Founders
D. A. Carson and Tim Keller
President
Julius Kim
Websitewww.thegospelcoalition.org

TGC regularly produces articles, videos, podcasts, and events featuring notable evangelicals, such as Kevin DeYoung, Sam Allberry, Rebecca McLaughlin, Jackie Hill Perry, Russell Moore, Jen Wilkin, Paul Tripp, and Alisa Childers.[6][7][8][9][10][11][12][13] TGC networks with similar evangelical ministries and publications, such as Crossway, 9Marks, Desiring God, and Christianity Today.