Compiling a case
The Legal Partner
Tom is a partner in a City law firm.
As a lawyer, I wanted to satisfy myself that the Gospels were reliable testimony.
A friend gave me a couple of books to read, and I was surprised to discover the number of early manuscripts that exist and their proximity to the period when the Gospels were written. So I was left in no doubt that what we have today is what was originally recorded.
The books I read also convinced me that, for various reasons, it is highly improbable that the Gospel writers did not accurately record what Jesus did and said. Once I got to that point, there was no logical basis for rejecting the Christian message. In fact, it was wonderful to realise that it is true.
Jesus’ claim to be our Lord and Saviour really does stand up to scrutiny. The implications of that claim are far too important not to invest some time investigating it for ourselves.
- Stories from the City
- City Gospel partnership
- The Anti-Money Laundering Analyst
- From Jesus-hater to Jesus-sharer
- More time for Moorgate
- The operations manager
- Multi-grain and Multi-Faith
- Drawbacks of the Dream Job
- Sense from the Bible ... here for a reason
- Compiling a case
- Is Christianity good for business?
- Deal or No Deal
- Losing my religion
- Jesus on the 06:55 from Sevenoaks
- CHURCH: never again!
- A marriage with strings attached
- Rothschild 'Rainmaker'
- Mr Copper on being labelled
- Risky Business
- Being a Godly Employee
- Don't cramp my style
- Facing Unemployment
- How knowing the future changes our view of work
- Science: personal views
- The Bible and the Insurance market
- Getting going as a Christian
- The private client wealth manager
- Making the most of a St Helen's lunchtime talk
- The IT Analyst
- The Insurance IT worker and reading the Bible