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In the new foreword for this anniversary edition of Born Again, Colson describes the day he sat in his prison cell and began jotting down notes of the events that brought about the fall of a president and the rebirth of his former "hatchet man." Those notes developed into this book, which has sold more than two million copies.
"All I knew was that I had a story I must tell, a story that might bring hope and encouragement to others," Colson recalls. In a new epilogue, he describes some of the ways the story has indeed brought hope, encouragement, and more. --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
Colson shares his life story and conversion experience.
This is also the story about how God can change the life of a man caught up in the corrupting influence of political power and bring great good out of evil.
Great book, in the middle is kind of boring because describe everything with a lot of details but then the last chapters are interesting.
A really interesting and candid account of Colson's life-changing experience and the meaning it held for him. Well written, too. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Bridge-it
This is the second of Mr. Colson's books I've read. They are both insightful and enjoyable.
It's always enjoyable to find someone solid in their faith who unashamedly... Read more
What an inspiring story Chucks life has been! Through Jesus Christ he tells of his transformation from Watergate to ultimately helping prisoners reform around the world! Read morePublished 3 months ago by Marc
Brutally honest account of Watergate's most infamous sinner & his dramatic transformation from political operative to humble servant of the LORDPublished 3 months ago by Leslie Mason
I was not looking forward to reading this book, but it was selected by our book club, so I started reading. A few chapters in, and I completely changed my outlook. Read morePublished 3 months ago by dzel
I read a few of his other books, but I find this one to have a place in my heart.Published 3 months ago by bill gunderson
One of the first of Colson's books that I could honestly say was a pleasure to read. Am awfully glad I got it and the icing on the cake is that it was in such great shape.Published 4 months ago by PlumpPig