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Chuck Colson Remembered

Charles W. Colson passed into eternal life on April 21, 2012. He was salient among a few Christians whose work strongly influenced my own conversion some twenty years ago. Colson was an authentic and courageous warrior for Christ, defying political categories.

"On his frequent visits to prison, inmates crowded around Colson, and he always seemed to have time for everyone. Everyone mattered."

Eternal rest grant unto him, O Lord, and may perpetual light shine upon him.

Comments (4)

Thanks much, Jeff. Glad you posted this.

Yes indeed, Jeff. Thanks.

I met Colson in 1974. He was Nixon's dirty tricks, hatchet man, an evil man.
He went to prison for a very short time and figured out how to earn a living, he fleeced
the neocons in the name of Jesus. I wonder how this faker was met at the pearly gates, "Not your stop,
that express to Hell is your ride"
He never changed. Good riddens.

Wow, Colson was Nixon's hatchet man? Who knew? I guess Lydia and Paul feel silly now, huh, Tom? Also, perhaps you should stop living in 1974. You might become a less bitter man.

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