He was Nixon's hatchet man. A jailed felon. And now, one of the most significant Christian leaders of our time. Here is his life story.
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'At times Aitken's obvious admiration for his subject leads him
to downplay Colson's critics, including the disaffected associates
he has left behind in his ministry career. But if this falls short
of the definitive critical biography, it is still a compelling
portrait of a flawed but faithful man.' - PW.
'Colson seeks through his Prison Fellowship to redeem not only himself but others who have fallen from grace. Therein lies the reason to read this book: the story of helping others to help themselves perhaps cannot be told often enough.' - Booklist.
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