Open To Question. “Jesus’ Resurrection: The Greatest Practical Joke In History? A Lawyer Explores The Resurrection.” With Graeme Smith
Open to Question is a Ministry 2 Business event designed to give professionals and business leaders working in Manchester’s city centre an opportunity to explore key questions people have about the Christian faith.
In his new book “Was The Tomb Empty?” Graeme Smith, a highly experienced lawyer, examines the evidence for the resurrection of Jesus Christ. Assessing secular evidence, historical sources, and the testimony of those involved Graeme carefully and critically analyses the various resurrection accounts, their inconsistencies and their value as evidence.
In his talk, Graeme will share some of his insights and provide engaging reasons why intelligent, educated people still believe in the resurrection and how it continues to make sense of our lives. Anyone is welcome to attend whether you have religious beliefs or not.
You can expect:
A relaxed environment and hospitality courtesy of DWF LLP
A conversational, thought-provoking talk that examines the evidence for Jesus’ life after death and looks at its impact on history.
Q & A with Graeme. There’s no pressure to take part and questions can be written down anonymously.
When: Tuesday 1st April, 6.00 – 7.15pm
Where: DWF, 2 Hardman St, Manchester M3 3AA
Cost: This event is FREE but online booking is essential www.m2bresurrection.eventbrite.co.uk
For more information contact: Pete Horlock firstname.lastname@example.org
About the Speaker:
Graeme Smith specialised in civil litigation and for 12 years was a partner at Pannone. In 2003 he became a full-time District Judge of High Court and County Court. In 2012 he was appointed a Crown Court Recorder. Graeme’s book: “Was The Tomb Empty? A lawyer weighs the evidence for the resurrection” is available on Amazon.co.uk
Event Price: FREE