Live Webinar Event: “On the Record”

March 11, 2021

Three Distinctive Biblical Workshops: Importance of Artifacts, Genealogies, and Apologetics – Scriptural facts and defense

This Accordance eAcademy offers live, web-based teaching that strives to focus on distinctive and practical topics, presentation of beneficial resources, and training on how to study more effectively using Accordance! 

EVENT: Live web-based Accordance eAcademy event!
DATES: Thursday, March 11, 2021
LOCATION: Live Webinars; all you need is internet. Attend anywhere you are!
COST: FREE!
SPECIALS: 50% Off Accordance 13 Specialty Starters for First-timers, students, groups, or as a gift — plus, Bonus savings for all attendees!

Topics Covered

  • On the Record – Importance of Genealogies of the Bible
  • How to Illuminate the Bible with Accordance
  • Introduction to Apologetics from within Accordance

Schedule

Subject to slight changes. Times based on Eastern Standard Time (EST).

Workshop #1
On the Record: Importance of Genealogies of the Bible

Dr. Nancy S. Dawson
12 Noon to 1:30 PM

This workshop will explore an important commentary module offered in Accordance called Genealogies of the Bible which is perhaps the most comprehensive record of biblical genealogies ever developed. Genealogies are foundational to understanding the biblical narratives; this workshop will explore family trees across the entire Old and New Testaments., encompassing patriarchs, judges, kings, and more. No knowledge of Accordance required.


Workshop #2
How to Illuminate the Bible with Accordance

Dr. Roy Brown
3 PM to 4:30 PM

Discover how Accordance can help you illuminate the background and context of the Bible. Using a variety of Accordance titles, the focus of this session will be on how pictures, objects, inscriptions, and such can help one to better understand the Bible. No knowledge of Accordance required.


Workshop #3
Introduction to Apologetics with Accordance

Abram K-J
6 PM to 7:30 PM

1 Peter 3:15 says, “But set apart Christ as Lord in your hearts, always being ready to give a defense (Greek apologia) to all who ask you for an account of the hope that is in you.” This workshop explores apologetics as a defense of the Christian faith. What is the content of Christian apologetics? How do apologists approach their task? This workshop will also highlight apologetic resources available in Accordance.


Trainer Biographies

Dr. Roy Brown is the original developer of Accordance, the cutting-edge Bible software for Bible Study, research, and translation of the Bible, since 1994. He has taught the Bible for many years in the United States and Israel, in English and in Hebrew.

Dr. Nancy S. Dawson holds a B.S. in Biology from Oklahoma Baptist University, a M.S. from Northeast Louisiana University, and a Ph.D. in Biology-Cell Biology from the University of Tennessee. She has held tenure-track teaching and research faculty positions at Western Kentucky University and Texas A&M, Department of Medical Physiology. After a family move to North Carolina, she studied theology at the Duke Divinity School. Beginning in 2000, Nancy began biblical research on the genealogies that are given in the Old and New Testaments. This endeavor led to the construction of over 300 family tree-like charts that show the familial relationships of all major and minor characters in Scripture (individuals, families, clans, tribes), and, in particular, addressed the genealogies of Jesus Christ in the Matthew and Luke Gospel accounts. She will be sharing with you some of the important findings from this research and how the Genealogies of the Bible module in the Accordance software can help you in your study and interpretation of Scripture.

Abram Kielsmeier-Jones is Pastor of Union Congregational Church in Gloucester, MA. He is a husband, father, runner, musician, wannabe basketball player, and follower of Jesus. He came to Accordance as a reviewer of Accordance 10 in 2012 and has been using it regularly ever since. Since 2015 he’s led Accordance webinars on a variety of topics.