In memory of Charles Colson (1931-2012), I would like to share two items that speak to this man and his legacy.
On October 15, 2008, Colson shared his testimony at Columbia University during a Veritas Forum. It was entitled “How God Turned Around Nixon’s Hatchet Man.”
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On September 2, 1993, Colson delivered an address at the University of Chicago as the 1993 recipient of the Templeton Prize for Progress in Religion. It was entitled “The Enduring Revolution.” According to Colson, the tyranny of secularism and futility can be broken by recognizing every nation’s most urgent need: the enduring revolution must begin in the human heart. A courageous expose on the treacherous world scene, and the hope embedded in the cross of Calvary. Listen.