Article by: Tim Keller, Russell Moore, Ligon Duncan
When it comes to the origins of the universe, what essentials need to be affirmed for a view to be biblical?
Watch Tim Keller (founder of Redeemer Presbyterian Church and vice president of TGC), Russell Moore (president of the Ethics and Religious Liberty Commission and TGC Council member), and Ligon Duncan (chancellor and CEO of Reformed Theological Seminary and TGC Council member) tackle this controversial question. In this wide-ranging conversation, they discuss how the doctrine of creation makes sense of human dignity, racial equality, true peace and justice, purpose and meaning in life, and more. They also consider recent debates over the historicity of Adam and Eve. Watch this new 12-minute roundtable video above or stream below.
- Theological Triage and the Doctrine of Creation (Samuel Emadi)
- A Theology of Creation in 12 Points (Don Carson)
- ‘Is Genesis History?’: Revisiting an Age-Old Debate (Gavin Ortlund)
- The Scopes Trial, Evolution, and the Age of the Earth (Thomas Kidd)
Tim Keller is founder of Redeemer Presbyterian Church (PCA) in Manhattan and chairman of Redeemer City to City. He is also vice president of The Gospel Coalition and author of numerous books. For more resources by Tim Keller visit Gospel in Life. You can follow him on Twitter.
Russell Moore is president of the Ethics & Religious Liberty Commission of the Southern Baptist Convention, a TGC Council member, and author of the book Onward: Engaging the Culture without Losing the Gospel (B&H, 2015). He blogs at Moore to the Point, and you can follow him on Twitter.
Ligon Duncan is chancellor and CEO of Reformed Theological Seminary, president of the Alliance of Confessing Evangelicals, convener of Twin Lakes Fellowship, editorial director of Reformed Academic Press, chairman of the Council on Biblical Manhood and Womanhood, and a Council member for The Gospel Coalition.