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Jesus and the Son of Scam | HuffPost
Christian leader Chuck Colson lived a life of biblical conviction with the courage to advocate for truth even when it was difficult or unfashionable. In that spirit, I and the Colson family gladly accept this inaugural award on his behalf. Colson served under former President Richard Nixon for four years and, in , became a follower of Jesus Christ shortly before pleading guilty to Watergate-related charges. He also founded the Chuck Colson Center for Christian Worldview, a research, study and networking center for the cultivation of a Christian worldview. In his lifetime, Colson authored more than 30 books and founded a daily radio show, Breakpoint, which today airs on 1, radio networks. He passed away in April Someone who sees the need for visionary leadership in the church.
Jesus and the Son of Scam
A decision in Obergefell v. Hodges, a test of a constitutional right to same-sex marriage, came June 26 in favor of gay marriage in all states. HOUSTON Christian Examiner -- Chuck Colson has been dead for three years, but in samples from never-before-published commentaries released this week, he predicted the legalization of gay marriage nationwide, warned that the "wrath of God" will fall on America, and even anticipated that "in a very short time it will be impossible to preach that homosexual behavior is a sin. While Friday's decision by the Supreme Court legalizing gay marriage nationwide may not have been a surprise to many observers, Colson died well before gay marriage groups had the momentum they've enjoyed since President Obama's re-election.
These males remain tied to their mothers and reject masculine identification. Trying to make sense of this, Colson, channeling Nicolosi, writes in italics. Instead of incorporating a masculine sense of self, the prehomosexual boy is doing just the opposite -- rejecting his emerging maleness and thus developing a defensive position against it. According to Nicolosi and Colson, parents can take steps to prevent a gay outcome.