2022 EFCA Theology Conference Introduction
Greg Strand provides an overview of the 2022 EFCA Theology Conference speakers and session topics.
Doctrinal and Moral Defeater Beliefs: Understanding the Times and an Apologia for the Hope In Us
Dr. Keith Plummer addresses scientism and how to engage its philosophical claims.
The World-and-Life View of the World: The Modern Self
Dr. Carl Trueman breaks down how we've reached this moment of "the modern self," and the damage is has caused to society.
The World-and-Life View of the Christian: The Power of Hope in the Subversive Gospel of the Cross
Dr. David Pao challenges the traditional understanding of hope through the lens of 1 Peter.
You Shall Be Holy: Disciples, Sanctification (Transformation) and Catechesis
Dr. JT English unpacks Leviticus and 1 Peter to show how the local church should disciple God's people.
A New Evangelicalism?: Deconstruction, Progressive Evangelicalism, and Neo-Fundamentalism
Collin Hansen tackles modern evangelicalism, divisions and renewing our evangelical approach.
Confronting Injustice and Contemporary Critical Theory: A Biblically-Grounded and Gospel-Guided Response
Dr. Thaddeus Williams addresses social justice and critical theory with a biblical response.
Can Christianity Teach Us Anything Unique About Racism?
In this breakout session, Dr. George Yancey addresses the topic of racism and Christianity.
Human Sexuality in a Postmodern and Increasingly Post-Christian Culture
Dr. Christopher Yuan discusses human sexuality in a postmodern, secular culture.
The Challenges of the Church: Keep Yourselves from Idols
Mickey Klink addresses Christian Nationalism and politics as an idol in the Church.
The Church: The Pillar and Foundation of Truth
Dr. Mark Dever concludes the 2022 EFCA Theology Conference by calling us to remember the significance of the Church.