Charles Colson: From Watergate felon to evangelical leader

Charles “Chuck” Colson rose to prominence in the 1960’s, becoming President Nixon’s counsel by age 38. Colson was a famously tough character, referred to as Nixon’s “hatchet man” because he created the infamous enemies’ list. But when he was faced with prison on Watergate-related charges, Colson found his faith. Upon his release he founded an evangelical ministry and has become a powerful figure in conservative Christianity.

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