The last few blog posts have been sharing various videos/events/etc and I just wanted to highlight that I am aware of this and that the blog will be going back to its more reflective purpose in a week or so. There is one more conversation that Daniel and I have planned in a couple of weeks with Joshua Ryan Butler in response to his 4 Causes of Deconstruction and Daniel’s response which was posted on the blog, and you can read it here. I will be publishing that on the blog and YouTube Channel at the same time. Exciting stuff!
Anyway, as always it was amazing to interview Bart Ehrman once again for the YouTube Channel and Podcast a few days ago.
I wanted to share my conversation with him for the blog today. This conversation is a tease for his upcoming webinar on the 5th of Dec, the details of which are in the blog post under the video, as well as the description of the video itself over on YouTube 🙂
I loved this conversation!
Webinar Details: On the 5th of Dec, Bart Ehrman is running an all-day webinar dedicated to looking at the Christmas story and if it really took place. If you sign up before midday (EST) on the 28th of Nov, you can access this all-day webinar for $39.95. It then goes up to the regular price of $49.95.
Even if you can’t attend this all-day webinar, you will still have lifetime access to the recordings when you sign up. You can still sign up and access the recordings after the all-day webinar has taken place on the 5th of Dec.
Please use the following link to sign up for Bart’s all-day webinar, as it helps my channel financially and also means it is easier to get Bart back on in the future: https://www.whenbeliefdies.com/webinar1
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