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INCREASING NUMBERS OF executives working in "the City" — London's financial district—are turning to God support and guidance. As a result "business" is booming in the churches that offer lunchtime religious services in the district. A new Centre for Marketplace Theology opened in December. Its purpose is to serve as a kind of "biblical Christian Conscience" to the area's financiers.
Explains James Beckham, a lawyer and an active church member, "... the City is a tough and merciless place .... If money and work is your main goal in life and you suddenly lose your job, then you are left with a vacuum.... it was from this position of vulnerability that a lot of people began began to find God."
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