Greg Strand is EFCA executive director of theology and credentialing, and he serves on the Board of Ministerial Standing as well as the Spiritual Heritage Committee. He and his family are members of Northfield (Minnesota) EFC.
Does the EFCA have a position on the judgment seat of Christ?
The EFCA is premillennial, but allows liberty on the nuances of premillennialism (Dispensational, Progressive, Historic) and the tribulation (pretribulation, midtribulation, pre-wrath, posttribulation.).
This means the EFCA does not take an official position on the bema seat or the judgment seat of Christ (2 Cor. 5:10), and whether or not it is the same or separate from the Great White Throne judgment (Rev. 20:11-15). For some, there is also a separate judgment of the nations (Matt. 25:31-46). The differences of understanding would be related to one’s premillennial view.