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Religions in today’s culture seem to be multiplying. Have you ever wondered why certain religions believe and practice what they do? Or how they developed? Or how they view the Bible? This webinar is going to delve into these and other engaging questions, such as: How can a Christian witness to people in these religions? Do these other religions believe in creation and a Creator? How do we deal with these religions from a biblical authority perspective? This webinar is a must for laymen, church leaders, teachers, and students to understand the trends in our culture and around the world where certain religions dominate, helping you discern truth and guard your faith. When you understand a religion’s origins and teachings, you are in a better position to know how to proclaim the Gospel of Jesus Christ as you take the good news to those in false religions.
In Matthew 6, Jesus tells the disciples to “lay up treasures in Heaven.” How do you practically accomplish this commission? With the world at our fingertips and materialistic opportunities whispering in both ears, many of us have lost our focus without even realizing it. So, instead of running away, how can we use the material world to influence the immaterial? How do we really “lay up treasures in heaven?” Join Eric Hovind and guest speakers Mike & Peggy Overton to discover how we can practically lay up our treasures in heaven. Also enjoy special appearances from Ken Ham, Jack Hibbs, Jeff Redlin, Daniel Green, and Ray Comfort!
You will receive an email to sign in to each live Zoom webinar prior to the class beginning. On-Demand replays of each webinar will be available within 48 hours of the initial streaming date. If you do not have Zoom you may download it at www.zoom.us/download/ for FREE for your appropriate device.
How do I contact Zoom support if I am experiencing technical issues?Matthew Weits
If you log in early, this is Zoom’s version of a waiting room. It’s not frozen, it just pauses there until the conference begins, which is normally right on time. If it’s five minutes after the start time, you may want to log out, restart your device, and log back in.
On Zoom, I’ve entered my password multiple times and can’t log in to watch.Matthew Weits
This is common. You are likely entering the conference password where you should enter your personal Zoom account password. You first need to sign in to Zoom with your email address and password, then select “Join meeting,” where you will enter the meeting ID and password you received for the conference (if prompted).
There are two options, both of which are available only during the live event (questions cannot be taken beforehand). During the webinar, there will be a place to write your question, as well as a “hand raise” feature to let us know you have a question you’d like to verbally ask (if you’re chosen, it will be an audio-only feed).
Will people be able to see me during the conference?Matthew Weits
No. This is not set up like a typical Zoom meeting (where it looks like the opening scene to the Brady Bunch); this is a professional webinar platform that Zoom hosts. You will be able to see only our speakers; they cannot see you and attendees cannot see each other.
Will the sessions be recorded? Can I watch them later?Matthew Weits
Yes. Within 48 hours after the conference, all registrants will be emailed exclusive access to the replay. This is for private viewing for paid attendees, who may have missed sessions or want to view them again, and cannot be shared with others.
Creation Members get unlimited access to all On-Demand webinar classes and conferences.
If you purchased individual live “name your own price” webinar classes and are not a Creation Member, then you may access and download your classes in the “My Downloads” link in the account settings area of the top menu navigation.
Can I share the sessions with my friends or family members?Matthew Weits
Your payment covers the registration only for a single device, but you can have as many people as you want crowd around your device to watch with you. Others wanting to view it elsewhere would need to register separately.
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