Overview of the 2022 Conference

Helix Nebula - Copyright NASAThe annual Chafer Theological Seminary (CTS) Pastors’ Conference is open to theologians, pastors, students, and anyone who wants to learn more about the Bible. It is a tremendous opportunity for all attendees to grow in their understanding of the Scriptures and to enjoy fellowship with other like-minded believers.

The 2022 Chafer Theological Seminary Pastors’ Conference will take place March 7–9. Each session of the conference will be live streamed.

Download the conference schedule here. Their speaking times are also currently listed on the Speakers page. Note that these times are subject to change.

Download the conference brochure here.

Chafer Theological Seminary Distinctives

It’s been observed that many church and seminary doctrinal statements do not always provide a clear portrait of the focus of an institution. Philosophies of ministry differ widely in groups with identical doctrinal positions. To further clarify the nuances of the Chafer Seminary focus, we have on our website our distinctives. But even that needs further clarification. Over the years, we have dedicated many of our conferences to further enhance our understanding of these distinctives.

One of our most significant distinctives is that of the sufficiency of Scripture, a phrase, unfortunately open to wide interpretation. One area in which we apply this is in the area of creation. We believe God’s Word is sufficient for informing us of how and when God created. We do not hold to views which compromise with current popular models of an old-earth creation. Our keynote speaker is addressing many issues related to creation.

Another distinctive is in the area of the Christian life. We hold to a distinctive, dispensational framework for understanding the spiritual life, experiential sanctification, in this dispensation. Two of this year’s presentations focus on aspects of this distinctive.

A third distinctive is a premillennial, pretribulational, classic dispensational view of God’s plan for history. This year four presentations will help refine our understanding of this distinctive.

We're looking forward to you joining us!