Men of Faith: Charles Colson
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The fascinating story of one of the most influential Christians of our time. From a top-ranking government career to public disgrace.from prison cell to Buckingham Palace-few individuals have experienced the dramatic highs and lows that have characterized Charles Colson's life. His spiraling success as a close adviser to President Nixon was about to be blown apart by the emerging Watergate scandal. Yet as certain downfall loomed, God was at work and the scandal that brought down a president was also the turning point in Colson's personal life. Jailed for his part in Watergate, it was from his prison cell that Colon began the work that would bring good news to prisoners everywhere, and to Colson himself, one of the highest accolades of the Christian world-the 1993 Templeton Prize for Progress in Religion. From a prison cell to bringing the Good News to prisoners all over the world.
Men of Faith. From a top-ranking government career to public disgrace to a prison cell to Buckingham Palace, this biography offers a fascinating look at the man who won the 1993 Templeton Prize for Progress in Religion.