The Bible is the world’s bestselling book of all time. While it’s humanity’s most loved book, it’s also the most hated. It’s adored by those who obey its precepts and detested by those who don’t. It promises peace in troubled times and assurance of salvation from death. Compared to the light of the Scriptures, every other book is nothing but a blown-out candle.
While the world sits in darkness, the Bible is a lamp to our feet and a light to our path. Learn how to convince of its inspiration, explain its reliability, answer the accusation that God is a moral monster, and much more.
Hear ten top Bible teachers, each using the popular “TED Talk” presentation style, sharing the cream of the crop in fifteen minutes. The fast-paced event will conclude with an hour-long Q&A panel, where we’ll take your questions live.
Those facing financial hardship, as well as pastors and missionaries, can attend this conference freely by requesting a complimentary registration.
Jeremy Vuolo, and his lovely wife, Jinger (previously Duggar), have become breakout stars of TLC’s hit show Counting On. A former professional soccer player and pastor, Jeremy is currently enrolled in the graduate program at The Master’s Seminary. He lives in Los Angeles and is passionate about being a husband and father, and sharing with others the hope he has in Christ.
Dr. Wayne Grudem
Phil Johnson is Executive Director and radio host of Grace to You, the media ministry of John MacArthur. Phil is also an elder at Grace Community Church, where he pastors the Grace Life fellowship group. Phil’s wife, Darlene, has been his partner in life and ministry since 1978. Together they raised three sons and now delight in being grandparents to seven prodigiously cute children.
Ken Ham is CEO and founder of Answers in Genesis-US, and the highly acclaimed Creation Museum, and the world-renowned Ark Encounter, Ken Ham is one of the most in-demand Christian speakers in North America. Ken and his wife, Mally, reside in the Cincinnati area. They have five children and 16 grandchildren.
Matt Slick is President and Founder of the Christian Apologetics and Research Ministry (CARM). He earned his Bachelors degree in Social Science from Concordia University and his Masters of Divinity degree from Westminster Theological Seminary. He resides in the Boise, Idaho, area with his family. Matt started the popular CARM website in 1995 to respond to the many false teachings of the cults on the Internet.
James White is the Director of Alpha and Omega Ministries, a Christian apologetics organization based in Phoenix, Arizona. He is the author of more than twenty books, a professor, and an accomplished debater. He has been married for more than thirty-six years and has two children and four grandchildren.
Ray Comfort is the Founder and CEO of Living Waters and the bestselling author of more than 90 books, including How to Know God Exists and The Evidence Bible. He cohosts the award-winning television program Way of the Master, airing in every country in the world, and is an Executive Producer of “180,” “Evolution vs. God,” “Audacity,” and other films. He is married to Sue and has three grown children, and hasn’t left the house without gospel tracts for decades.
Emeal (“E.Z.”) Zwayne
Emeal (“E.Z.”) Zwayne is the President of Living Waters, the official spokesman for the National Bible Bee organization, and a cohost of the National Bible Bee Game Show. He serves as an Executive Producer of the Way of the Master television program and all Living Waters films. A dynamic communicator, he speaks at conferences and churches nationally and around the world. E.Z. served as an associate pastor for several years. He and his wife, Rachel, have five children.
Mark Spence is the Senior Vice President of Living Waters. A popular speaker at conferences and universities, he also cohosts the television program Way of the Master, engaging skeptics and equipping Christians in evangelism and apologetics. A former assistant pastor, Mark is the Producer and Editor of several Living Waters films, and he and his wife, Laura, homeschool their five children.
Bodie Hodge is a speaker, writer, and researcher for Answers in Genesis. He has been involved in several books and DVDs and is a regular speaker in the Creation Museum Speaker Series. He has a master’s degree in mechanical engineering from Southern Illinois University at Carbondale. Bodie and his wife, Renee, have three daughters and one son.
Can I pay directly with a credit card instead of creating a PayPal account?
Yes. You don’t need a PayPal account; PayPal accepts normal credit card payments like any other online transaction you’re used to.
Can I share the sessions with my friends or family members?
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.
Will the sessions be recorded? Can I watch them later?
Yes. A few days after the conference all registrants will be emailed exclusive one-week access to all the sessions. 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.
Will people be able to see me during the conference?
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.
How will I be able to ask questions?
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).
Any tips for a better experience?
Test Zoom before the event and eat chocolate. Most viewing issues come from people not having used Zoom before and being unfamiliar with the normal login process. We suggest you call a friend via Zoom ahead of time, so you get some basic familiarity with the platform. And chocolate, because, well, it’s chocolate.
I’ve entered my password multiple times and can’t log in to watch.
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).
It’s frozen on a scrolling circle that says, “Please wait for the host to start this webinar.”
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.
For other issues, see Zoom’s customer support page.