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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.
I had the unique privilege of working with Chuck for three years. But before I ever knew that I would, I read this book -- not expecting much. Read morePublished 8 days ago by Paul D. Morris
Loved the book! I had read it before a long time ago, but lost my copy. The great example of the way Christ can change a person and the depth of forgiveness that was shown in this... Read morePublished 15 days ago by Carol Vannatta
It is an excellent book. I learned a lot from it. Buy it. Read it. You will profit much
Great book, in the middle is kind of boring because describe everything with a lot of details but then the last chapters are interesting. Great story of redemption and love of God.Published 25 days ago by M. Costas
What an exceptional book. I learned a lot spiritually, historically and even some leadership lessons, too. Read morePublished 29 days ago by Mark Wakefield
Truly enjoyed the book. The first half is about Mr. Colson's time within the whitehouse which unexpectedly leads him to a transforming moment. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Curtis S. Hubanks