"Gilbert West said he would write a book against the resurrection of Jesus Christ. West was a poet and Historian (1703-1756) who knew a lot of history, but of the one most important One, of Christ, he knew
nothing. Lord Littleton said he would write a book showing that Paul was never converted on the road to Damascus. They considered these two, foundations to Christianity. The resurrection of Christ and conversion."
"Months went by and they met again. One said to the other, 'How are you getting on with your book?' 'Not so good, I'm afraid I don�t know enough about it to write.' 'I think,' West said to Littleton, 'You�ll have to tell me some of the data,' only to receive the answer, 'I afraid I don�t know it. We'll have to study the evidence from the Bible.'
"Months later they met again. Littleton asked West, 'How are you coming with your book against the resurrection of Christ?' Gilbert West said, 'After my studying the evidence I have come to the conclusion that Jesus did arise from the dead and I have accepted Him as my Saviour and written my book to prove that He did arise from the dead.' Littleton then acknowledged that after studying the evidence he was persuaded that Paul was really converted, and he accepted the Gospel and wrote for the affirmative."