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|by Charles Wendell Colson|
|Hendrickson Classic Biographies|
Size: 5.5 x 8.5 inches
Pub Date: 2008
Item Number: 562514
Case Quantity: 24
Born Again is the autobiography of one of the most influential men of our time. It is not only a remarkable story of one man’s redemption in Christ, but a fascinating look inside the events of one of our generation’s most riveting sagas.
In 1974 Charles W. Colson pleaded guilty to Watergate-related offenses and, after a tumultuous investigation, served seven months in prison. In his search for meaning and purpose in the face of the Watergate scandal, Colson penned Born Again. This unforgettable memoir shows a man who, seeking fulfillment in success and power, found it, paradoxically, in national disgrace and prison. In the decades since its initial publication, Born Again has brought hope and encouragement to millions. This remarkable story of new life continues to influence lives around the world through a dozen foreign editions.
HENDRICKSON CLASSIC BIOGRAPHIES
Hendrickson Classic Biographies feature enduring stories about real people whose lives have been touched and transformed by God, and who in turn have touched others with God’s love. Each story has been carefully selected, gently edited if necessary, and freshly typeset, making every account—be it ancient or contemporary—a compelling read. Great lives reaching across the ages to touch lives today, encouraging, challenging, and inspiring.
Charles Wendell “Chuck” Colson (1931–2012) was the chief counsel for President Richard Nixon from 1969 to 1973 and was one of the Watergate Seven, jailed for Watergate-related charges. His later life was spent working with his non-profit organization devoted to prison ministry called Prison Fellowship.
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