The EFCA Theology Podcast encourages pastors and church leaders to stay passionate about the gospel and faithful to the Scriptures. Episodes help listeners understand, share and live out our most important beliefs.
You can look forward to new episodes from a number of different categories, including:
- Past and upcoming EFCA Theology Conferences
- Past and upcoming EFCA One Conferences
- Audiobook chapters of Evangelical Convictions
- New content created specifically for the podcast
Episode 217: Confronting Injustice and Contemporary Critical Theory: A Biblically-Grounded and Gospel-Guided Response with Dr. Thaddeus Williams
Dr. Thaddeus Williams calls Christians and churches to rise above the culture's poor argumentation and tactics when addressing each other. Reading from Isaiah, Jeremiah and Micah, he makes the Christian and biblical case for justice.
Episode 215: The Church: “The Pillar and Foundation of Truth” with Dr. Mark Dever
Dr. Mark Dever concludes the 2022 EFCA Theology Conference by calling us to remember the significance of the Church.
Episode 216: A New Evangelicalism?: Deconstruction (Deconversion or Reconstruction), Progressive Evangelicalism, and Neo-Fundamentalism with Collin Hansen
Collin Hansen, editor-in-chief at The Gospel Coalition, tackles the political splintering within the evangelical church, progressive evangelicalism and deconstruction. He then provides ideas on how evangelicalism can become less like culture and become united together once again under Christ.
Episode 218: Can Christianity Teach Us Anything Unique About Racism with Dr. George Yancey
Dr. George Yancey, professor of Sociology at Baylor University, approaches the topic of racism, colorblindness, anti-racism and whether or not Christianity can say anything unique about these topics.
Episode 219: Human Sexuality in a Postmodern and Increasingly Post-Christian Culture with Dr. Christopher Yuan
Dr. Christopher Yuan discusses human sexuality in a postmodern, secular culture.
Episode 213: “You Shall Be Holy”: Disciples, Sanctification (Transformation) and Catechesis with Dr. JT English
God isn't just saving His people, he's sanctifying them. Dr. JT English reads from Leviticus and 1 Peter to show how God is making us a holy people through justification, sanctification and glorification. With this in mind, he addresses the state of the local church, the struggles of the pastor during COVID-19 and how we were made for this moment to lean into discipleship and sanctification. He believes "we have a discipleship disease that's been misdiagnosed" and "we can get healthy or holy again."
I’m so glad the theology conferences are captured so we can review the world class content later
This podcast takes recorded talks done at various efca conferences and posts them for us to listen to. I'd love to see more episodes come, maybe even a host who does interviews on current topics within the church.
A Bit Dull
That comment may be inappropriate for a podcast of this nature, but it’s unfortunately true. The teaching is sound; I wonder why it can’t have an interview or panel discussion format instead?