Tom Gilson

Politics, Corruption, and Ethics

Here’s a fascinating conversation between two men who went to Washington and then went to jail—Chuck Colson and Jack Abramoff—along with my friend John Stonestreet. Both Colson and Abramoff have stories of rising, falling, encountering disturbing truths about themselves, and experiencing a sense of redemption. In Chuck Colson’s case, that redemption was founded in a restored relationship with God through Jesus Christ. Abramoff doesn’t speak of that being the case for him, but his story of turning to combat corruption, both in himself and in the system, is an encouraging one in any event.

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  1. Lest anyone think I’m violating my blog policy against discussing politics, that’s really just the background of the story here. The discussion is completely non-partisan.

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