Episode 122: The Significance of Silence

On April 13, 2016

Historically, the EFCA has made an intentional decision not to divide over secondary issues. We often refer to this deeply held value as “the significance of silence.” In 2015, the EFCA Theology Conference wrestled with “the significance of silence” as it relates to our inclusion of Calvinist, Arminian and Lutheran understandings of the doctrine of salvation. On this episode of the podcast, we share Dr. Tom McCall’s conference message on the Arminian/Wesleyan understanding of salvation.

You can read more about "the significance of silence" on Greg Strand’s blog.

You can find more (including DA Carson’s message on Calvinism and David Luy’s message on Lutheranism) from the 2015 EFCA Theology Conference here.