The Enduring Revolution: A Battle to Change the Human Heart

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Barbour, Mar 1, 1997 - Religion - 64 pages
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Originally a speech addressed to Harvard's Business School, this is Colson's compelling case that to do what is right, people need not only the intellect, but also the will. In short, men and women can be transformed only through Jesus Christ. Colson also argues that a society without a foundation of moral absolutes cannot long survive.

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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.

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