Verdict: Jesus Christ Is Who He Said He Was: A Trial Attorney Examines the Evidence and Makes a Startling Discovery
Thomas T. Anderson has risen to the top of his professionwinning judgments of up to $130 million for his clients and earning national recognition ... Show synopsis Thomas T. Anderson has risen to the top of his professionwinning judgments of up to $130 million for his clients and earning national recognition from his peers. Selected by the National Law Journal as one of the Top Ten trial lawyers in the United States, Mr. Anderson is a respected and highly regarded attorney who was president of the California Trial Lawyers Association. Despite the applause and financial success that came his way, one unsolved mystery nagged at Mr. Andersons conscience. In the docket was perhaps his biggest case: Was Jesus Christ who He said He wasthe Creator and God of the Universe who purportedly lived 2,000 years ago in a Roman-occupied territory known as Israel? This time, Mr. Anderson had a jury of one to convincehimself. He embarked on a solo and sober-minded journey, employing techniques honed from decades of legal research and in-the-courtroom experience. During the discovery phase, he investigated claims and prophecies made in the Bible. Then he carefully cross-checked statements made by witnesses to Jesus life on earth for inconsistencies. In a sense, he put the Bible on trial in a resolute attempt to determine once and for all if Jesus Christ was the Son of God and the Savior for all mankind. What follows in this book is the verdict, rendered in laymans language that makes the compelling case that every single claim about Jesus Christ in the Bible was true yesterday, is true today, and will be true tomorrow. If you have questions about the veracity of the Bible of if Jesus ever lived, then Verdict is the book for you.