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Remembering Chuck Colson

April 25th, 2012 Comments off

by Jennifer Roback Morse

I am greatly saddened by the death of Chuck Colson this past weekend. I have always been grateful to Chuck for his kindness toward me. I was a part-time research fellow and a full-time mother when he began talking about my first book, “Love and Economics.” There was absolutely nothing for him to gain by being nice to me. But he featured my work on Breakpoint, and invited me to events, while I still had children under foot. As my children got older and I could do more, he just kept inviting me and including me and saying nice things about my work. Read more…

Chuck Colson’s legacy

April 25th, 2012 Comments off

by Sheila Liaugminas

In the first hours after news broke that Chuck Colson passed away Saturday, headlines referred to him in either neutral or slightly derogatory tones with reference to the Watergate era. Most missed his most important role in Christian ministry. As if a decades-long witness to the grace of conversion was a mere footnote to the fall that preceded it. Read more…

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Ruth Institute podcasts with Chuck Colson

April 23rd, 2012 Comments off

In honor of Chuck’s passing this past weekend, we’d like to remind our readers of what a great, influential man he was, and why we are thankful to have know him.

Chuck Colson interview

(August 29, 2011) Dr J hosts “From the Front Lines of the Culture War” on Catholic Radio of San Diego.  Today she’s interviewing Chuck Colson, founder of Prison Fellowship Ministries and one of the 3 co-authors of the Manhattan Declaration.  This document that affirms the right to life, the sanctity of marriage, and the rights of conscience and religious liberty. Read more…