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"I lost everything - power, prestige, freedom, even my identity... But in another sense, I had found everything, all that really matters." - Charles W. Colson
Born Again is the autobiography of one of the most influential men of our time, Charles Colson - the founder of both Prison Fellowship and The Colson Center for Christian Worldview.
As the chief counsel for President Richard Nixon in the early 1970s, Chuck Colson influenced the most powerful government in the world - and was an instigator in one of the most devastating political scandals in modern history. He successfully led Nixon to reelection - and struggled to find meaning in any White House success. He was esteemed for his commitment to his party, his president, and his work - and developed a legacy of being the "evil genius" of the administration. Most significantly, Colson lived a life of privilege and professional triumph - yet knew little joy.
An autobiography that reads like a novel, Born Again is the story of a man at the heart of the cloak-and-dagger conspiracies that led to Nixon's downfall in 1974. Only when Colson faced prison doors, ultimate disillusionment, and the darkness of his selfish ambitions did he find true life.
The remarkable political drama of one of the most influential and intriguing people of our time, Born Again reminds us that God never tires of offering second chances.
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