Frequently Asked Questions

What is my username and password?

Retrieving your user name and/or password is easy:

  1. Follow the link at the top of the page to Login/Logout to your account.
  2. Click on "Forgot logon?"
  3. If you have forgotten your user name, select the checkbox labeled "Lost Username."  On the following screen, enter the Email address you originally used when you registered for an account.  Enter the CAPTCHA security code and press the button labeled "Send Username/Password."  You will receive an Email containing your user name.
  4. If you hae forgotten your password, select the checkbox labeled "Lost Password."  Enter your Username, Email address, and CAPTCHA security code.  Press the button labeled "Send Username/Password" and you will receive an Email containing a new password.  Please log into your account and immediately change your password to one of your choice.

I'm not receiving Walk Thru the Bible Emails. What can I do?

The most common cause for not receiving Emails is SPAM software.  Please make certain to check your "SPAM" or "Junk" folders, and remember to add This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. to your address list or your list of safe senders.

Why should I register?  What are the benefits of registration?

By registering on our site, you will have access to all of Walk Thru the Bible's online content, including content we make available only to registered users.  Registration is free, will take you about 1 minute to complete.

Is WTB's website secure?

Yes.  Walk Thru the Bible goes to great lengths to protect the confidentiality and integrity of any personal information you share with us over the Internet.  Please visit our extensive privacy policy for more information.

In addition, Walk Thru the Bible treats personal data such as credit card information as critical assets that must be guarded at all times against loss and unauthorized access. To ensure the security of credit card and personal information, our website employs industry-standard security methods, including the Secure Socket Layers (SSL) protocol for the encryption of transmitted financial data.

If I "Tell-A-Friend" about a page on the WTB website, will they be added to your mailing list?

No.  We do not retain any email information, and we do not add your friends to our mailing list.  We believe that is a decision they should make for themselves.

Are my gifts to Walk Thru the Bible tax deductible?

Gifts to Walk Thru the Bible qualify as charitable contributions and are tax-deductible. Whether or not your gifts to WTB are deductible on your tax return may depend on your own financial situation and the tax form you use.  We suggest you contact the IRS or a tax advisor if in doubt.

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