Now, that may be true, Kenny, but it is true that he was married to one--who hadn't converted to Christianity from what I last heard. Mr. Colson was also instrumental in the Manhattan project,
Mike Gendron wrote: ...a 4,700-word document called the Manhattan Declaration: A Call of Christian Conscience was released. The document was drafted by Chuck Colson and Princeton University professor Robert P. George, a Roman Catholic. This is clearly another attempt to bring ecumenical unity to all of professing Christianity and blur the lines that separate apostates from true Christians.
I do hope that Mr. Colson gave up his ecumenical ways, by now.
R.C. Sproul wrote: The one thing that the spirit of tolerance of our day cannot tolerate is intolerance, because relationships have become more important than truth. Now what's at stake here, if I understand the New Testament where the Apostle Paul writes the Galatians and says, "If anybody, anybody, if it's Peter, if it's Barnabus, if it's an angel from heaven teaches any other gospelâlet him be anathema." That's not Sproul, that's not MacArthur, that's not Kennedy, that's not Ankerbergâthat is the Apostolic position, and Paul wanted to make sure that he made himself clear so he repeated that.
My prayers and thoughts go to Chuck Colson and his family.May God bless Chuck for all he has done. He truly was used by God.And is a good and gainful servant of the Lord. May he receive the crown of life May God grant his family peace and comfort during this time. Chuck Colson will be missed but his legacy will continue to inspire people and influence others. I know . He has touched my life. May God bless.