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Chuck Colson on absolute truth about God, in Slate

There is a fascinating interview with Chuck Colson at the Slate blog, conducted by Kathryn Schulz, author of Being Wrong: Adventures in the Margin of Error. One section deals with exclusivity of truth. Our culture is most critical of orthodox … Continue reading

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To Eat the Panda is Not Divine

Chuck Colson addresses bio-diversity and man’s divinely inspired interest in even inconvenient species. On BreakPoint today, Colson says: “Why should a dominant species like man care about one that is struggling to survive—especially one [pandas] it doesn’t require for its … Continue reading

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Colson on Martha Stewart and the Purpose of Prison

Terrific NY Times op-ed article today by Chuck Colson on Martha Stewart and the purpose of prison. Colson writes: “I was pleased to learn of one of Ms. Stewart’s first statements upon her release from prison: “I will never forget … Continue reading

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More Skepticism on Deep Throat

I wrote earlier this month that Woodward and Bernstein’s Deep Throat May Be Composite of Multiple Sources, which has been the opinion of Nixon aide Charles Colson. Here, Jonah Goldberg explains why he believes Deep Throat is “Bob and Carl’s … Continue reading

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