Against the Night: Living in the New Dark Ages

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Gospel Light Publications, Jun 1, 1999 - Religion - 221 pages
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Ten years ago in top-selling Against the Night, Charles Colson described the ominous shadows that have engulfed politics, family life and education. Today as we face the new millennium, the book is still pertinent, as the darkness seems in many ways to have thickened. Against the Night, however, is not pessimistic. It gives hope that as we regain our vision of living in God's kingdom and being God's people, we will be a light in the darkness. Colson's new foreword relates the teaching of Against the Night to life in the new millennium, and the study guide helps individuals and groups appropriate it.

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User Review  - Kit Sublett - Goodreads

This isn't one of Chuck Colson's better-known reads, but it's my favorite, I think. Changed my life in some ways ... taught me how important the church is in the big scheme of things. Read full review

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User Review  - Andrea - Goodreads

A little tough to read but surprisingly still relevant today. Read full review

About the author (1999)

Colson, formerly special counsel to President Nixon, is founder and chairman of Prison Fellowship and the Wilberforce Forum. He also chairs the Council for Biotechnology Policy. Colson's Breakpoint daily radio commentaries are heard by more than one million listeners.

Vaughn received her bachelor's degree from the University of Richmond and her master's in English literature from Georgetown University. She serves as Editorial Director for Prison Fellowship Ministries. She lives with her husband, Lee.

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