Gideon's Torch

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Thomas Nelson Incorporated, Aug 29, 1996 - Fiction - 553 pages
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Christianity Today deemed it "A watershed evangelical novel". Bookstore Journal says "Recommended because it's well written and has vivid characterizations. Readers have made it an ongoing bestseller and agree that Gideon's Torch is packed with graphic, behind-the-scenes details only a Washington insider could know.

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User Review  - Chris Castro - Goodreads

Garbage. Right wing propaganda. Better used as toilet paper. Read full review

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User Review  - Kayle - Goodreads

Starting this book, I thought I knew what the main theme was going to be: abortion. While abortion was very prominent, it was more like a lens through which to view the real theme; namely, how callous ... Read full review

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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.

Ellen Vaughn is an award-winning author whose works include The Strand and Gideon's Torch, co-authored with Charles Colson. Former vice president of executive communications for Prison Fellowship, Vaughn has also served as a speech writer and fund-raising consultant. She and her husband, Lee, live in Virginia with their three children.

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