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Nile Valley Origins of Christianity - Part 2

  • Friday, June 05, 2020
  • 7:00 PM - 10:00 PM
  • Online with Zoom Video Conferencing

June 5 - 7p.m. to 10 p.m. - $25 Registration

On May 1, IKG conducted its first webinar, Nile Valley Origins of Christianity, which was planned as an “introduction” to an expansive and complex topic. Unfortunately for some, attendance for this webinar maxed out at 500 persons, and dozens were unable to attend, while those fortunate enough to register were treated to a transformative five- and one-half hour presentation.

As a result of the feedback we received from those who were and were not able to participate in the webinar, we have made two decisions:

1.We have scheduled Nile Valley Origins of Christianity – Pt. 2 webinar for June 5, and

2.We have a digital download of the May 1 webinar available on the IKG website.

In order to accommodate the growing interest in this webinar series we have expanded our Zoom preferences to accommodate 1000 participants for June 5 and encourage everyone to sign up early. If we find that registrations are close to exceeding our new limit, we will expand our Zoom preferences to meet the growing demand. You can help us by registering early and encouraging friends and family to do the same.

The goal of IKG is to provide Information and Knowledge that leads to Growth when properly applied. We pledge to continue to provide our supporters with invaluable information that has practical applications, and we encourage everyone to use this time of “sheltering in place” to read, study and free your minds.

You may register for the June 5 webinar at: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/nile-valley-origins-of-christianity-part-2-tickets-104576952480, and you can order your digital download of our May 1 webinar (and 60 pages of handouts) at: https://ikgculturalresourcecenter.com/ikg-store/ebooks/nile-valley-origins-of-christianity-webinar-1/

Thank you for your support of our work,

Anthony T. Browder


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