Christian Faithfulness in a Changing Culture

2014 EFCA Theology Conference Resources

Greg Strand

God in Three Persons Blessed Trinity, Framing the Issue (Audio)

Christian Faithfulness in a Changing Culture, Framing the Issue (Audio)

Fred Sanders

Approaching the Doctrine of the Trinity, pre-conference session (Audio) (Notebook outline)

God According to the Gospel, pre-conference session (Audio) (Notebook outline)

Tacit Trinitarianism and Q & A, pre-conference session (Audio) (Notebook outline)

The Truth and Reality of the Trinity Affects Everything, pre-conference breakout session (Audio)

Understanding the Times and Understanding the Places: Theological Localism (Audio) (Notebook outline)

Richard Lints

A World Absorbing Text or a Text Absorbed by the World? (Audio) (Notebook outline)

Seeing the Church through the Eyes of the World and Seeing the World Through the Eyes of the Church and Q & A (Audio) (Notebook outline)

Identity and Idolatry, breakout session (Audio)

D. Jeffrey Bingham

Christian Faithfulness in the Face of Ancient Cultural Challenges (Audio) (Notebook outline)

Vincent Bacote

Christian Engagement in Culture and the Opportunity to Learn from the Challenge of Race (Audio) (Notebook outline)

Christian Living and Engagement in Culture as a Cultural Minority, breakout session (Audio)

Leith Anderson

Evangelicals in 21st Century American Culture (Audio) (Notebook outline)


Panel 1: Leith Anderson, Vincent Bacote, D. Jeffrey Bingham, Richard Lints and Fred Sanders (Audio)

Panel 2: Leith Anderson, Bill Hamel and Fred Sanders (Audio)

2014 conference speakers

Leith Anderson, President of the National Association of Evangelicals

Vincent Bacote, Associate Professor of Theology and Director of the Center for Applied Christian Ethics at Wheaton College

D. Jeffrey Bingham, Associate Dean of Biblical and Theological Studies, Wheaton College

Richard Lints, Andrew Mutch Distinguished Professor of Theology, Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary

Fred Sanders, Associate Professor, Torrey Honors Institute, Biola University

William Hamel, EFCA President

Greg Strand, EFCA Director of Biblical Theology and Credentialing